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Governor Dinwiddie Summons the Virginia Militia 



Publications of the State Historical Society 
of Wisconsin 

Calendar Series, Volume I 



The Preston and Virginia Papers 



Draper Collection of Manuscripts 




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Contents 



Page 

Facsimile of Governor Dinwiddie's summons to Virginia 

Militia . . Frontispiece 

Prefatory Note ... - v 

Papers of William Preston ...... 1 

Virginia Manuscripts ...... 147 

Index ...,.,.. 310 



Prefatory Note 



Students of American history require no introduction, at this late 
clay, to the Draper Collection of Manuscripts in the Wisconsin State 
Historical Library. For many years they have been constantly draAvn 
upon by historical investigators. Around them as a nucleus has been 
developed a great historical library, manuscript and printed, to which 
all serious investigators of the frontier phase of American history must 
ultimately resort. 

Many years ago the late superintendent of the Society, Dr. R. G. 
Thwaites, published a descriptive list of its manuscript collection. The 
present volume marks the first step toward the publication of a detailed 
calendar of the Draper Manuscripts. In determining the contents of the 
volumes of the forthcoming series it has been deemed best to conform to 
the scheme of classification adopted for the original manuscripts. The 
present volume calendars the Preston and the Virginia series of manu- 
scripts. The former comprise six and the latter sixteen of the four 
hundred and sixty-nine bound volumes in the Draper Collection. A 
brief description of the contents of the two series may be found on 
pages 60-64 and 91-98 of the 1906 edition of the Descriptive List of 
Manuscript Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 
* * * edited by Reuben G. Thwaites. The marginal pressmark in- 
dicates the location of the original document in the Draper Collection. 
The number before the letters shows in which volume of the series the 
document occurs, the letters designate the series, while the number fol- 
lowing the letters indicates the page or pages of the volume occupied by 
the document. To illustrate, in the case of the first document calen- 
dared the pressmark 16ZZ1-35 means that the document is found in 
the Virginia Series, volume xvi, pages 1-35. 

The work of calendaring the volume has been performed by Miss 
Mabel Clare Weaks, chief of the division of maps and manuscripts. 
The preparation of the copy for the press has been the work of Miss 
Annie A. Nunns, assistant superintendent of the Society, and Miss 
E]eanore E. Lothrop, the superintendent's secretary. 

M. M. Quaife. 

Madison, March, 1914. 



PRESTON MANUSCRIPTS 



[cl730] Macky, Eobert. London. Letter to Capt. James Patton, 
Apr. 7 St. Columb, Cornwall, [England] . His in- 

ability to secure position for William Stewart 

1QQ2 in a counting-house; recommendation of his 

uncle and Craghead as commission dealers; 
news from Ireland through his cousin Joseph 
Ewin[g]. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r Don- 
aldsons Letter. 

1731 Miler, Maj. J. 0. Ballycassidy, [Ireland]. Letter to 

Jan. 17 Mrs. Rebecca Daviss, Dublin. In reply to letter 

of 13th inst. regarding arrangements for the 
1QQ1 support of her brother's daughter, Katharine. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Major Millers Letter. 

1738-39 Beverley, William. Essex County, [Va.] Statement of ac- 
Mar. 17- count against Capt. James Patton, Whitehaven. 

Jan. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap*. Patton 's acco* & 

1QQ3 plats. 

1738 Burke, Peter. Indenture to James Patton for five years' 

Apr. 28 service in return for his passage to America, 

and for food, clothing, and lodging. Witnessed 

1QQ4 by William Walker, Lord Mayor. Printed form 

filled in, signed by mark. 1 p. Endorsed : Peter 
Burke his Indentures for 7 years. The Ship 
arrived in Virgin a . j K 23 of August 1738. 

1742 Gooch, Lieut.-Gov. William. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 

Apr. 24 mission to James Patton as lieutenant-colonel of 

militia in Augusta County. D. S. 1 p. Mu- 
1QQ6 tilated. 

[1742?] Borden, Benjamin. Lease to John Buchanan of 634 acres 

July 15 of land in Augusta County, Va., being part of a 

tract of 92,100 acres granted to Borden, Nov. 

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1QQ5 6, 1739. Witnessed by Kobert Coulton, Charles 

Donahee, and George Moffett. Recorded in 
Orange County. Printed form filled in, signed. 
1 p. Mutilated. 

[1742] Augusta County, [Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 
Sept. 15 martial. Names of officers present; appoint- 

ment of Thomas Lewis as clerk; prescribed 

1QQ18-22 oath; returns of delinquents; trial of same. 

Signed by James Patton. Contemporary 
copy. 5 pp. 

[1742] Augusta County, [Va.J Muster-book of militia. "William 
Beverley, County-Lieutenant, and James Pat- 

1QQ10-17 ton, Colonel. Rolls of Captains John Smith, 

John Buchanan, James Cathey, John Christian, 

r Peter Shoull, James Gill, John Willson, George 

Robinson, and John M c Dowell. [Rolls of Cap- 
tains Andrew Lewis, Samuel Gay, and Hugh 
Thompson not given]. A. D. 8 pp. Printed: 
Virginia Magazine of History, 1901, viii, pp. 
278-283. 

1743 Augusta County, [Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 

Sept. 14 martial. Names of officers present; awards for 

the killing of wolves ; exemptions from service in 

1QQ23, 24 the militia; the third Wednesday in September, 

1744, appointed for general muster. Signed by 
James Patton. Contemporary copy. 2 pp. 

1743 Gooch, Lieut.-Gov. William. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 

Oct. 25 mission to James Patton as collector of duties 

arising from the importation of horses into Au- 
1QQ8 gusta County. Signature cut away. 1 p. 

Mutilated. 

1743 Gooch, Lieut.-Gov. William. Williamsburg, Ya. Com- 
Oct. 25 mission to James Patton as collector of duties 

upon skins and furs in Augusta County. The 
1QQ7 College of William and Mary to receive the pro- 

ceeds. D. S. 1 p. Mutilated. 

1744 Augusta County, [Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 
Sept. 21 martial. Names of officers present; list of 

claims for killing wolves; orders concerning 
1QQ25, 26 awards; the court to meet on third Tuesday in 

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January at residence of Maj. John Pickens; re- 
turns of tithables and delinquents to be made. 
Signed by James Patton, President. Contem-. 
porary copy. 2 pp. 

1744 [Augusta County, Va.] A plan of 16,500 acres of land 

lying on the Great or West River of the Calf 

1QQ9 Pasture * * * Shows lands of Alexander 

Dunlap, William Jameson, Thomas Gilham, 
Robert Crockett, David Davis, Thomas Weems, 
Henry Gay, Francis Donnally, Robert Gay, 
Samuel Hodge, John Miller, Robert Bratton, 
James Lockridge, John Graham, Robert Gwin, 
John Preston, William Warwick, James Carlile r 
Jacob Clements, John Campbell, and James 
Carter. A. D. 1 p. 

1744-45 Augusta County, [Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 
[1745] martial held at residence of Maj. John Pickens. 

Jan. 15 Names of officers present ; Thomas Lewis, Clerk, 

ordered to receive tax money collected by cap- 
1QQ27, 28 tains of the several companies ; claims for killing 

wolves ; a general muster to be held the second! 
Tuesday in September, 1745, at Colonel Bever- 
ley's mill. Signed by James Patton, President. 
Contemporary copy. 2 pp. 

1745 Little, Thomas. Order on Sheriff of Augusta County, 

Mar. 6 [Va.] for amount of judgment obtained against 

Col. John Lewis. On the reverse is John Mow- 

1QQ38 port's receipt to James Patton for £4 lis. 6%d., 

Apr. 17, 1746. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M* 
Little order upon y e Sher of Augusta. 

1745 Augusta County, [Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 

Sept. 11 martial. Names of officers present; George 

Hume's charge for running dividing line be- 

1QQ29, 30 tween Frederick and Augusta counties; inspec- 

tion of accounts of Thomas Lewis; assessment 
of fines; persons summoned to appear before 
the next court-martial; general muster to be 
held the first Tuesday in September, 1746. 
Signed by James Patton, President. Contem- 
porary copy. 2 pp. 

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1745-51 [Buchanan, John], "Memorandums Releting Sundrey 

Oct. 4- passages with Eespect to my Journey to Wood's 

May 28 River commencing y e 4 of octob r 1745." Includes 

a diary of his trip to Wood's River, during Octo- 

1QQ38-56 ber, 1745, which was evidently undertaken for 

the purpose of selling land; gives names of set- 
tlers with whom he lodged, and with whom he 
transacted business; refers to Peter Sailing's 
journal; miscellaneous accounts; Borden's 
deeds; court returns. A. D. 25 pp. 

1745 [Augusta County, Va.] Proceedings of a committee of 
Nov. 13 the court-martial. Members: James Patton, 

John Buchanan, and William Thompson. Al- 
1QQ31 lowance made to the widow Dowchar [?] ; adop- 

tion of measures relating to collection of county 
taxes and the killing of wolves. Contemporary 
copy. 1 p. 

1746 Augusta County, [Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 
Sept. 3 martial. Names of officers present; Captains 

William Evans, Crockett, and Daniel Harrison 
1QQ32-34 refuse to serve longer ; assessment of fines ; 

orders concerning payment of certificates for 
killing wolves ; appointment of committee to in- 
spect accounts of sheriff and clerk of court- 
martial ; exemptions from paying levy and mus- 
tering; general muster to be held first Tuesday 
in September, 1747. Signed by James Patton. 
Contemporary copy. 3 pp. 

1746 Patton, Col. James, Col. James Wood, Col. John Bu- 
Oct. 10 chanan, and Capt. George Robinson. Articles 

of agreement between grantees of tract of 
1QQ57, 58 100,000 acres of lajid on Wood's River, as to 

terms of sale and settlement of the said grant. 
John Buchanan named as agent of the company. 
Contemporary copy. 1 p. Endorsed: Terms 
of the Woods River Grant. 

1747 [Augusta County, Va.] Proceedings of a committee of 
May 25 the court-martial. Members : James Patton, 

John Smith, George Anderson, and William 

1QQ35 Pinley. Examination of the accounts of the 

clerk of the court-martial; orders concerning 

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the collection of taxes and payment of certifi- 
cates for killing wolves. Contemporary- 
copy. 1 p. 

1747 [Augusta County, Va.] Proceedings of militia court- 

Sept. 2 martial. Names of officers present; Captains 

Lapsley and Sailing to appear before next court- 

1QQ36 martial; appointment of committee to meet at 

Robert M c Clanahan's the next day to settle ac- 
counts of the wolf levy ; old and infirm persons 
to be excused from mustering; next muster to 
be held the first Tuesday of September, 1748. 
Contemporary copy. 1 p. 

1747 [Augusta County, Va.] Proceedings of a committee of 

Sept. 3 the court-martial. Members : John Lewis, John 

Brown, John Smith, and John Willson. In- 

1QQ36, 37 structions to the sheriff concerning payment of 

certificates for killing wolves; payment of 
clerk's salary. Contemporary copy;. 2 pp. 

1749 [Virginia] Council. Order giving leave to John Taylor, 
July 11 William Parks, and James "Wood, in behalf of 

themselves and company, to renew their grant 
1QQ60 for 100,000 acres of land lying in Augusta 

County on three branches of the Mississippi 
Eiver. Signed by [N.] Walthoe, Clerk of the 
Council. Copy certified by Thomas Lewis. 
1 p. Mutilated. 

1750 [Virginia] Council. Land grant to Adrian Harmon, 
June 15 Jacob Harmon, Valentine Harmon, and Valen- 
tine Sevier for 15,000 acres of land on Blue- 

1QQ62 stone Creek and on the first and second creeks 

below Bluestone in Augusta County. Signed 
by N. Walthoe, Clerk of the Council. Entered 
in the Auditor's office, June 16, 1750. Con- 
temporary copy*. 1 p. Endorsed: A Coppey 
of A grant on Blewstone. 

1750 Patton, James. Augusta County, Va. Will. Witnessed by 

Sept. 1 Thomas Stewart, Edward Hall, and John Wil- 

1QQ63-66 liams. Contemporary copy. 4 pp. 

[1750] [Patton, James?] Letter to . Colonel Fry's map; 

importation of negroes and horses ; instructed by 
1QQ61 Perkins not to sell his land at "Indian fields"; 

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John Hays and James Crawford dead ; marriages 
of local interest ; land values ; Lewis anxious that 
survey- of tract of 100,000 acres be completed; 
Captain, Downs in Orange [County] prison for 
debt; Colonel Beverley's execution money 
against Robinson not yet paid. 2 pp. Fragment. 

1750 [Patton, James?] Memorandum of provisions sold to 

John Potts, Captain Smith, Robert Renyx, Rob- 

1QQ60 ert Looney Jr., John Ramsey, and Peter Looney. 

A. D. 1 p. Endorsed : Memorandom. 

[cl750] Buchanan, Col. John. Statement of account against Ben- 
jamin Borden. Signature cut away. A. D. 1 p. 
1QQ59 Endorsed: Ace 1 . Ben: Borden. 

1752 Dinwiddie, Lieut.-Gov. Robert. Williamsburg, Ya. Com- 

July 15 mission to James Patton as coroner of Augusta 

County, Va. Sworn into office at August Court, 

1QQ67 1752. Witnessed by John Madison, C[lerk of 

the] C[ourt]. D. S. 2 pp. Seal attached. En- 
dorsed: James Patton, Gent. Coroner. 

1752 Dinwiddie, Lieut.-Gov. Robert. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 

Jult 16 mission to James Patton as lieutenant of Au- 

gusta County and chief commander of militia in 

1QQ68 the said county. Sworn into office at the August 

Court of 1752. Witnessed by John Madison, 
C[lerk of the] Court. Printed form filled in; 
signed. Parchment. 1 p. 

1752 Campbell, Charles, and Col. John Buchanan. Memoran- 
Nov. 29 dum of an agreement concerning 2694 acres of 

land purchased by them from John Buchanan 
1QQ69 of Beverley Manor. Col. [James] Patton to re- 

ceive payment for seventy-nine acres; division 
of the land. Witnessed by James Patton, James 
Kerr, and Patrick Campbell. Contemporary 
copy. 1 p. Endorsed: Copy of an Agreement 
Col . Buchanan vs. Charles Campbell. 

1753 Harmon, Jacob. Statement of account against the estate 
Jan. 3 of Philip Smith for £1 10s. 6d. Proved before 

James Patton. On the reverse is Harmon's 
1QQ80 receipt to Col. John Buchanan for amount of 

the account, Feb. 6, 1755. D. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
Jacob Harman's £1-10-6 1755. 

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1753 Watts, John. Deposition made before James Patton, 

Jan. 20 Justice of the Peace for Augusta County, [Va.j 

Circumstances of the attack upon the Emperor 

1QQ71 of the Cherokee Nation at the house of Erwin 

Patterson; John Connolly's part in the affair. 
Contemporary copy. 2 pp. (Enclosed in letter 
from James Patton to the Governor. No date.) 
Endorsed: John Watts Deposition vs Patterson. 

175[3] Patton, James, Justice of the Peace Augusta County, 

Jan. 30 [Va.] "Warrant for the arrest of John Connolly. 

Charged with having maltreated the Emperor of 

1QQ70 the Cherokee Nation at house of Erwin Patter- 

son, and with having killed dogs belonging to 
Charles Sinclair. Signature cut away. 1 p. 
Endorsed : Warrent against C [torn] . 

[1753 Patton, James. Letter to . Has been on frontier 

Jan.] since the last General Court; Erwin Patterson's 

complaint^ against [Starnicker] for asking ex- 

1QQ72 travagant price for corn from the Cherokees; 

capture of Cherokees by northern Indians ; will 
defend caveat entered against his land by 
Powers and others; another grant of 100,000 
acres promised him by the government. L. S. 
1 p. ' 

[1753 Patton, James. Letter to [Robert Dinwiddie] . Com- 

Jan.] plaint of the Emperor of the Cherokee Nation 

against Erwin Patterson and John Connolly; 

1QQ73, 74 deposition of John Watts in regard thereto en- 

closed; trouble between Patterson and Samuel 
Starnicker growing out of trade with the Cher- 
okees. Contemporary copy. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
Letters Copyd to y e Government. 

[1753 [Patton, James.] Letter to John Blair. Eeviewing cir- 

Jan.] cumstances connected with his grant of 100,000 

acres of land on branches of the Mississippi and 

1QQ75-77 waters thereof, and requesting that the addi- 

tional 100,000 acres promised him in 1745 be 
granted; caveats entered against him by 
Mercer in behalf of himself and the Ohio Com- 
pany, and by James Powers in behalf of him- 

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self, John Lewis, and his company. Contem- 
porary copy. 3 pp. Endorsed : The Hon ble . John 
Blair Esq r . his Letter. 

1753 Buchanan, John. Boundary of a tract of 1250 acres of 

June 20 land on Holston or Indian Eiver patented to 

Buchanan, June 20, 1753, and later assigned to 

1QQ80, 81 John, Francis, William, and James Patton Pres- 

ton; said land supposed to be in Augusta 
County, Va., but was found to be in North Car- 
olina on extension of boundary line. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: John Buchanan Courses 1250 Acres 
August 11 . Indian Eiver. 

1753 Jackson, Robert. Fredericksburg, [Va.] Letter to . 



July 12 Concerning business transactions with Anthony 

Strother, Peter Gale, Grant, Cole Slaughter, and 
1QQ79 the Loyal Land Company. On the reverse is a 

memorandum dated, Augusta County, Sept. 7, 
1755, acknowledging receipt of letter concern- 
ing grants on New River and "Wood's River. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1754 Dinwiddie, Lieut.-Gov. Robert. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 
Apr. 19 mission to James Patton as escheator of Augusta 

1QQ82 County. D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. Mutilated. 

1754-58 [Preston, William.] "A Register of the Persons who have 

Oct -May been either Killed, Wounded or taken Prisoners 

by the Enemy in Augusta County, as also of 

1QQ83 such as have made their Escape." A. D. 13 pp. 

. Typewritten copy. 

1755 Patton, Col. James, and John Johnson. Augusta County, 
Feb. 26 [Va.]. Memorandum of a contract between 

them for the erection of a house on James River. 
lQQ83y 2 Witnessed by William Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1755 Patton, Col. James, and Peter Looney. Augusta County. 

Feb. 27 [Va.]. Memorandum of a contract for 8000 

fence rails and erection of a fence on the Mark 
1QQ83% Jones place. D. S. 1 p. 

1755 Wood, John. Letter to William Preston. Augusta [Coun- 

May 27 ty, Va.] With reference to entering and sur- 

1QQ84 veying land for M c Roberts; "the unhappy acci- 

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dent on Holsons River;" the forces to march 
from Will's Creek. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Jn° Woods letter 1755. 

1755-56 Preston, Capt. William. Augusta County, Va. Pay-roll 
July 14- of his company of rangers. A. D. 1 p. En- 

Feb. 1 dorsed: A List & account to the first of Feb y 

1QQ91 1756. 

1755-56 Preston, Capt. William. Augusta County [Va.] List of 
July 16- his company of rangers giving date of enlist- 

Jan. 1 ment, nationality, age, size, trade, and date of 

1QQ92 discharge or desertion. A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: 

A List of my Company. 

1755 Dinwiddie, Gov. [Robert]. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter 

Aug. 1 to Col. [James] Patton. Indian disturbances in 

Augusta County; has sent a cart-load of ammuni- 

1QQ85 tion to the court-house ; offers financial assist- 

ance; wishes to know why Cherokee and Ca- 
tawba warriors did not join his forces on the 
Ohio. 1 p. Signature cut away. Endorsed: 
Letter to Col. Patton from Gov r . Dinwiddie. 

1755 Dinwiddie, Gov. Robert. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter 

Aug. 14 to Col. [John] Buchanan. Death of Colonel 

Patton; measures for defense of the frontier; 

1QQ86 Buchanan or Lewis (whoever is the senior offi- 

cer) to take charge of the militia. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed : A Letter from y e Governor to J. B. 

1755 Robinson, David. Fort on Catawba. Letter to [William 

Oct. 14 Preston?] Local news; friendly Indians visit 

the fort; Stringham returned from Fort Wash- 
1QQ88 ington; the soldiers to range upon the frontier; 

letter from Pearis enclosed. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: David Roberson. 

1755 Dinwiddie, Robert. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Dec. 15 Captains [William] Preston and Smith. In- 

structions relative to expedition against Shaw- 
1QQ90 nee towns; aid from the Cherokee. L. S. 1 p. 

1755 Cummings, Joseph, John and William Robinson. State- 

ment of account against William Preston for £1 

1QQ93 lis. Receipted by David Robinson, Oct. 10, 

1757. Signature cut away. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Cummings & Robinsons Acc ts 1-11-0. 

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1756 Preston, William. Statement of account against "The 

Jan. 15- Country" for expenses of his company of rang- 

May 19 ers. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: My Ace*, after 

1QQ129 ye first of Feb*. 



1756 



Jan. 28 



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1756 
Feb. 9- 
Mar. 13 



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Lewis, Col. Andrew. Letter to Capt. William Preston. 
Instructing him to march to Fort Frederick [to 
join Sandy Creek Expedition], A. L. S. 1 p. 
Seal attached. Endorsed: Col . And w - Lewis 
letter, 1756. 

[Preston, William.] Diary of the Sandy Creek Expedi- 
tion. Set out Feb. 9, 1756 from Fort Prince 
George with his company; joined later by Che- 
rokee Indians, Major Lewis, and companies of 
Captains Hog, Smith, Overton, Woodson, Pearis, 
Dunlap, and others ; left Fort Frederick on 19th, 
the Shawnee towns being the objective point; 
traveled via the Bear Garden, Burk's Garden, 
head of Clinch River and reached the head of 
Sandy Creek on 28th; marched down Sandy 
Creek for several days, when finally being out 
of provisions, the men began to mutiny, and on 
March 8, all but the officers and twenty or 
thirty men deserted. A. D. 28 pp. 
. Typewritten copy. 18 pp. 



1756 [Preston, William.] Letter to [Robert Dinwiddie?] En- 

Apr. 8 closes a list of his company of rangers who ac- 

companied him on "the late unfortunate expe- 
1QQ124 dition"; requests that he be reimbursed for 

money advanced to them. Auto, draft. 1 p. 

1756 Dinwiddie, Robert. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Apr. 24 [William Preston?] Ordering him to draft one- 

third of the militia for the protection of the 
1QQ125 frontier of Augusta County. L. S. 1 p. 

1756 Pendleton, Col. [Edmund]. Letter to [William Preston?] 

May 12 Cloyd and others charged with instigating a 

riot; punishment of mutineers on Shawnee ex- 

1QQ126-128 pedition; distressed situation of the frontiers; 

expected arrival of Lord Loudoun, recently ap- 
pointed governor-in-chief and commander of all 
the American forces ; law-suits in which Colonel 



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Patton was involved at time of his death. A. L. 
3 pp. Endorsed: Col . Pendelton's Letter 12 tb 
May 1756. 

1756 Augusta [County, Va.] Proceedings of a council of war 

Mat 20 held by militia officers of the county. Eesolved 

to postpone the drafting of militia until the men 

1QQ130 on frontier duty are relieved. Signed by 

Colonels John Buchanan, David Stewart, Maj. 
John Brown, and Captains Joseph Culton, Pat- 
rick Martin, James Lockhart, Alexander Thomp- 
son, Israel Christian, John Maxwell, John Moore, 
Joseph Lapsley, John Ramsey, Robert Bratton, 
James Allen, James Mitchell, and Samuel Nor- 
wood. D. S. 1 p. 

[1756 [Lewis, Andrew?] Letter to [Robert Dinwiddie?] The 

June] burning of Fort Vause; encloses depositions giv- 

ing particulars; requests that a new fort be 

1QQ131-133 built there ; measures for defense ; the militia 

uneasy about their pay; suggests that a commis- 
sary be appointed. Contemporary copy. 3 pp. 

1756 Blair, John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Certificate stating that 

Aug. 23 Col. John Buchanan was ordered by the Gov- 

ernor to act as commander-in-chief of Augusta 

1QQ136 County in the absence of Colonel Lewis, and 

that he received instructions from the Governor 
concerning the militia. A. D. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed : John Blair Certificate. 

[1756] [Preston, William.] Letter to . Relating particu- 

Aug. 24 lars of the attack on Vause 's Fort. Auto, draft. 

1QQ134, 135 2 pp. 

1756 Robinson, David. Receipt to William Preston for £26 

Nov. 5 65. 2d. being part of his pay as a second lieu- 

1QQ138 tenant in company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

1756 Elliot, Robert. Receipt to Capt. William Preston for 

Nov. 17 £10 15s. 3d. being part of his pay as a corporal 

1QQ138 in company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

1756 Pugh, Samuel. Receipt to Capt. [William] Preston for 

Nov. 17 12s. lid. being part of his pay as a ranger in 

1QQ138 Preston's company. D. S. 1 p. 

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1756 Lewis, Andrew. Orders to Capt. William Preston. In- 

Nov. 23 structing him to attend draft to be held at 

Robert Craven's house on Monday, thence to 

1QQ137 proceed with sixty men to Miller's Fort and re- 

lieve militia on duty there ; receipts to be given, 
for any provisions or ammunition left behind; 
scouts to be maintained; Wilson's Fort in the 
Bull Pasture to be garrisoned; Charles Lewis, 
and David Long named as lieutenanxs. A. D. S. 
lp. 

1756 Fleming, William. Vause's [Fort], Letter to Capt. Wil- 

Dec. 17 liam Preston, Staunton, [Va.] Returns bor- 

rowed books and the manuscript of Sailing's 

1QQ140, 141 journal of trip to New Orleans; observations 

on the change of taste in literature. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Endorsed: M r . Flemings letter dated in 
1756. 

1756 Robinson, David. Eeceipt to William Preston for 20s. 

Dec. 18 on account and for George Gun's pay as a 

1QQ138 ranger in Preston's company. D. S. 1 p. 

1756 Robinson, David. Receipt to William Preston for £5 9s. 
Dec. 18 8d., being William Davis' pay as a sergeant in 

1QQ138 Preston's company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Bee, George. Receipt to William Preston for £4 4s. for 
Jan. 3 service as a ranger in his company prior to Nov- 

6QQ103 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Kimball, David. Receipt to William Preston for £8 12s. 

Jan. 3 in payment for a horse which was impressed 

6QQ140 from him for the Cherokees. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Askew, James. Receipt to Capt. William Preston for £4 

Feb. 12 17s. U. D. S. 1 p. 

1QQ139 

[1757] Lewis, Andrew. Jack [son] 's River. Letter to [William 

Feb. [26] Preston] . Orders him to build a fort in the Bull 

Pasture should Miller and Willson remove their 

1QQ150, 151 families; man taken on the Ohio River above 

Fort Duquesne ; has instructed Colonel Buchan- 
an to apply to Colonel Read for money to pay 
his [Preston's] and Dickinson's accounts for 
Provisions. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

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1757 Robinson, George. Statement of account against "The 

Mar. 1 Country' ' for wheat sold to Col. [John] Bu- 

chanan for His Majesty's use. D. S. 1 p. En- 
1QQ146 dorsed : George Robinson ace*. £12 : 10-0 N°. 36. 

1757 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston]. On the 

Mar. 7 [?] erection of forts along the frontier. A. L. S. 

1 p. Mutilated. Endorsed: From M r Tho B 
1QQ147 Lewis. 

1757 Buchanan, John. Voucher to Samuel M c Roberts for 

Mar. 9 flour furnished Capt. Peter Hog's company. D. 

1QQ146 S. 1 p. 

1757 Ralston, William. Statement of account against "The 

Mar. 22 Country" for provisions delivered at Fort 

William in Augusta [County, Va.] D. S. 1 p. 
1QQ146 Endorsed : W m Ralston £4-2-9 N°. 17. 

1757 Read, Clement. Lunenburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. John 

Mar. 31 Buchanan, Augusta [County, Va.]. Proposed 

expedition against Shawnee Indians ; dissatisf ac- 

1QQ148, 149 tion over the election of Colonel Nash; requests 

Buchanan to meet him in Williamsburg in April 
to settle their public accounts. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1757 [Preston, William.] Letter to Maj. [Andrew] Lewis. A 

Apr. 4 fort being erected at Wallace Austin's in the 

Bull Pasture in obedience to his orders of Feb. 

1QQ152 26, 1757 ; the command at George Willson's 

broke up March 12. Auto, draft. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: A Letter to Maj r Lewis 4th Ap 1757. 

1757 Buchanan, John. Voucher to James Simpson for flour 

Apr. 22 delivered to Thomas Tosh "for the use of the 

asociators". On the reverse is Simpson's re- 
2QQ18 ceipt for payment ; also ten shillings on account 

of Lieut. Thomas Bullitt, dated Sept. 17, 1759. 

D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Ja s Simps Rect. 

1757 Brown, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 12s. 

May 1 for salt for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ42 

1757 Hall, Robert. Receipt to Capt. William Preston for 27s. 

Aug. 4 for twenty-seven days' service at Fort Lewis. 

6QQ68 D. S. 1 p. 

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1757 Read, Col. Clement. Lunenburg, [Va.] Letter to John 

Aug. 9 Buchanan?] Instructions as to disposition of 

flour and bread for detachment from the Vir- 

1QQ154, 155 ginia regiment ordered out by Governor for 

the protection of the frontier; asks informa- 
tion as to members, names of commanding offi- 
cers, and headquarters of the forces that he 
may know where to send arms and ammunition ; 
false alarms of Indian depredations hurtful to 
the cause of the people; settlement of his ac- 
counts. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Col. C. Eead 
Aug. 1757. 

1757 Shaw, James. Eeceipt to Capt. "William Preston for £1 

Aug. 11 in payment for patrolling at Fort Lewis; also- 

14s. 6d!. for salt and the use of a horse for two 
6QQ68 days. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Bodkin, James. Receipt to "William Preston for 16s. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ78 

1757 Carlile, John. Receipt to "William Preston for 17s. 3d. 

Aug. 12 for six and one-half day's work at Fort George- 

6QQ17 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Carlile, John. Receipt to "William Preston for £5 Is. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ77 

1757 Chambers, John. Receipt to "William Preston for 40s* 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed 

6QQ76 by Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Cummings, Josiah. Receipt to William Preston for £5- 

Aug. 12 lis. being his pay prior to' May 1, 1757- 

6QQ79 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Donnally, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £2 

Aug. 12 5s. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p.. 

6QQ26 

1757 Duffy, Patrick. Receipt to William Preston for £6 8s.~ 

Aug. 12 D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ74 

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1757 Estill, Benjamin. Receipt to William Preston for 8s. for 

Aug. 12 sundries. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ24 

1757 Estill, Benjamin. Receipt to William Preston for £2 13s. 

Aug. 12 4<$. for service as private and corporal prior to 

6QQ77 May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Estill, John. Receipt to William Preston for 7s. for 

Aug. 12 seven days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ18 

1757 Folley, John. Receipt to Capt. William Preston for 14s. 

Aug. 12 for fourteen days' work at Fort George. 

6QQ16 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Folley, John. Receipt to William Preston for £7 5s. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Signed by 

6QQ75 mark. 1 p. 

1757 Hicklin, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £23 Is. 

Aug. 12 2d. for provisions for his company. Witnessed 

6QQ25 by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Johnson, William W. Receipt to William Preston for 

Aug. 12 £2 Is. being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Wit- 

6QQ79 nessed by Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Jordan, Adam. Receipt to William Preston for £1 9s. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ78 

1757 M c Gregor, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £4 

Aug. 12 3s. being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ76 

1757 Martin, Joseph. Receipt to Capt. William Preston for 

Aug. 12 7s. in payment for seven days' work at Fort 

6QQ16 George. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Martin, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for 39s. in 

Aug. 12 payment for patrolling in his company 

6QQ74 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Montaney, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for 17s. 

Aug. 12 3d. for six and one-half day's work at Fort 

6QQ17 George. D. S. 1 p. 

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1757 Montaney, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for 5s. 

Aug. 12 for repairing a mill. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ25 

1757 Montaney, Samuel. Eeceipt to William Preston for £4 

Aug. 12 12s. for his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ77 

1757 Pryor, John. Eeceipt to William Preston for 6s. for six 

Aug. 12 days' work at Fort George. Signed by 

6QQ16 mark. 1 p. 

1757 Pryor, John. Eeceipt to William Preston for £3 lis. 

Aug. 12 being in full of his pay. Witnessed by Felix 

6QQ74 Gilbert. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Sanders, Thomas Eeceipt to William Preston for £6 145. 

Aug. 12 2d. for service as a drummer in his company. 

6QQ80 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Smith, Charles. Eeceipt to William Preston for £6 19$. 

Aug. 12 for 139 days' pay prior to May 1, 1757. 

6QQ79 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Smith, John. Eeceipt to William Preston for 12s. for 

Aug. 12 twelve days' work at Fort George. Witnessed 

6QQ18 by Charles Smith. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Smith, John. Eeceipt to William Preston for £2 19s. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1 ? 1757. Witnessed 

6QQ78 by Charles Smith. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Stewart, William. Eeceipt to William Preston for 17s. 

Aug. 12 for seven days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ17 

1757 Stewart, William. Eeceipt to William Preston for 10s. 

Aug. 12 for carrying provisions to Fort Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ24 

1757 Stewart, William. Eeceipt to William Preston for £4 8s. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ75 

1757 Wright, John. Eeceipt to William Preston for 7s. 6d. for 

Aug. 12 horse hire. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ24 

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1757 Wright, John. Receipt to William Preston for £6 3s. 

Aug. 12 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ76 

1757 Estill, Bond. Receipt to William Preston for £3 19*. 

Aug. 13 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ80 

1757 Estill, John. Receipt to William Preston for £4 4s. being 

Aug. 13 his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ80 

1757 Bailey, Abraham. Receipt to William Preston for lis. 

Aug. 15 for eleven days' work at Fort George. D. S. 

6QQ27 1 p. 

1757 Bailey, Abraham. Receipt to William Preston for £9 13s. 

Aug. 15 4<£. for service as corporal in his company prior 

6QQ81 to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Bodkin, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £1 16s. 

Aug. 15 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Signed by 

6QQ81 mark. 1 p. 

1757 Bodkin, Richard. Receipt to William Preston for 12s. 9d, 

Aug. 15 for provisions for his company. Signed by mark. 

6QQ26 1 p. 

1757 Merchant, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for 10s. 

Aug. 15 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Signed by 

6QQ81 mark. 1 p. 

1757 Black, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £5 

Aug. 16 2s. Id. for provisions for his company. Wit- 

6QQ28 nessed by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Hicklin, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £10 10s. 

Aug. 16 4d. for provisions for his company. Witnessed 

6QQ27 by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Hodge, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £11 9s. 

Aug. 18 Sd. for the use of Thomas Thompson, being in 

payment for provisions furnished Preston's com- 

6QQ28 pany. Witnessed by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Hodge, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £8 19s. 

Aug. 18 6d. for provisions furnished his company. Wit- 

6QQ29 nessed by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 



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1757 Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for £7 9s. for 

Aug. 18 provisions furnished his company. Witnessed 

6QQ29 by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Kidd, Daniel. Receipt to William Preston for 17s. for 

Aug. 20 seventeen days' work at Miller's Port on Jack- 

son's River. Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. D. 
6QQ30 S. 1 p. 

1757 Kidd, Daniel. Receipt to William Preston for £2 7s. 

Aug. 20 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p, 

6QQ82 

1757 Matthews, William. Receipt to William Preston for £3 4s. 

Aug. 20 being his pay prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ82 

1757 Weeks, Philip. Receipt to William Preston for 12s. be- 

Aug. 22 ing his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by 

6QQ83 Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Warwick, William. Receipt to William Preston for £5 

Aug. 23 19s. 8*2. for provisions for his company. D. S. 

6QQ30 1 p. 

1757 Hall, James. Receipt to William Preston for £2 Is. 3d. 

Aug. 26 for provisions for his company. Witnessed by 

6QQ31 Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Lewis, Andrew. Dickinson's Fort. Letter to Capt. Wil- 

Aug. 27 liam Preston, Bull Pasture. Granting leave to 

go to the general muster, and saying that he 
1QQ158 [Preston] is to continue at his station until 

further orders. Copy by Draper. 1 p. 

1757 Miller, James. Receipt to Capt. William Preston for £1 

Aug. 27 16s. for thirty-six days' service at Fort Lewis. 

Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark. 
6QQ69 1 p. 

1757 Bell, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for 6s. for six 

Aug. 29 days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ18 

1757 Bell, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £2 for forty 

Aug. 29 days' service at Fort Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ69 

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1757 Bell, Joseph. Receipt to "William Preston for £1 4s. for 

Aug. 29 twenty -four days' service at Fort George prior 

6QQ83 to May 1, 1757. D. S. lp. 

1757 Elliot, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for £1 3s. 9d. 

Aug. 29 for a vessel and carriage for his company. D. 

6QQ31 S. 1 p. 

1757 Elliot, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for £4 19s. 

Aug. 29 being his pay for ninety days prior to May 1, 

6QQ83 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Johnston, John. Receipt to William Preston for 8s. for 

Aug. 29 eight days 7 work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ18 

1757 Johnston, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 lis. 

Aug. 29 being his pay for thirty-one days prior to May 

6QQ84 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Pryor, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £2 Is. for 

Aug. 29 forty-one days' service. Witnessed by Charles 

6QQ84 Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Preston, Elisabeth. Receipt to William Preston for £3 

Aug. 30 for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ32 

1757 Askew, James. Receipt to William Preston for pay as a 

Sept. 2 soldier in his company of rangers. Witnessed 

6QQ1 by John Brown. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Fitzpatrick, James. Receipt to William Preston for pay 

Sept. 3 as a soldier in his company of rangers. Wit- 

6QQ1 nessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Trimble, John. Receipt to William Preston for 32s. 6d. 

Sept. 5 for carrying provisions for his company. D. S. 

6QQ32 1 p. 

1757 Dinwidldie, Robert. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Sept. 13 John Buchanan, Augusta [County, Va.] Has 

ordered Major Lewis to raise a company of fifty 
1QQ159 men for the protection of the inhabitants of the 

frontiers; Col. [Clement] Read to write him as 

to disposition of bread and flour for the forces 

in Augusta. L. S. 1 p. 

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1757 Car[lile], John. Receipt to "William Preston for £3 10s. 6d. 

Sept. 15 for provisions for his company. "Witnessed by 

6QQ32 Thomas Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Harper, Michael. Receipt to William Preston for £1 12s. 

Sept. 15 being his pay for thirty-two days prior to May 

1, 1757. "Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. D. S. 
6QQ84 1 p. 

1757 Fulton, William. Receipt to William Preston for £1 15s. 

Sept. 17 for thirty-five days 7 service as a soldier in his 

company. Witnessed by Charles Lewis. D. S. 
6QQ85 1 p. 

1757 Hinds, Edward. Receipt to William Preston for 6s. for 

Sept. 17 six days 7 work at Port George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ19 

1757 Hinds, Edward. Receipt to William Preston for £6 13s. 

Sept. 17 being his pay for 133 days. Witnessed by 

6QQ85 Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Milter, John. Receipt to William Preston for 10s. for 

Sept. 19 ten days' work at Fort George. Witnessed by 

•6QQ19 Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 File, John. Receipt to William Preston for 6s. for six 

Sept. 20 days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ19 

1757 File, John. Receipt to William Preston for £7 2s. for 

Sept. 20 142 days' service as a soldier in his company. 

6QQ86 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Finney, Christopher. Receipt to William Preston for £5 

Sept. 20 18s. for 118 days' service as a soldier in his com- 

pany prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by John 
6QQ86 Wright. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Knox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 9s. for 

Sept. 20 nine days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ20 

1757 Knox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 6s. for 

Sept. 20 hire of a horse. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ34 

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1757 Knox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 45s. for 

Sept. 20 forty -five days' pay as a soldier at Fort Lewis. 

6QQ68 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Knox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 47s. be- 

Sept. 20 ing his pay for forty-seven days prior to May 

6QQ86 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for 43s. being 

Sept. 20 his pay prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by 

6QQ85 Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Price, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 10s. 

Sept. 20 for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ33 

1757 Pullin, Loftus. Receipt to William Preston for £7 4s. for 

Sept. 20 provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ33 

1757 SkiMern, George. Receipt to William Preston for £3 6s. 

Sept. 20 for sixty-six days 1 service as a soldier in his 

6QQ87 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Willfong, Michael. Receipt to William Preston for 14s. 

Sept. 20 4<Z. for provisions delivered at Port Lewis. 

Witnessed by Loftus Pullin. Signed by mark. 
6QQ34 1 p. 

1757 Hodge, William. Receipt to William Preston for lis. for 

Sept. 22 eleven days' service as a soldier in his company 

prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by Thomas 
6QQ87 Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Phagen, Philip. Receipt to William Preston for 6s. for 

Sept. 22 six days' work at Fort George. Witnessed by 

6QQ20 Thomas Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Phagen, Philip. Receipt to William Preston for £2 lis. 

Sept. 22 for fifty-one days' service as a soldier in his 

company prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by 
6QQ88 Thomas Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Knox, James. Receipt to William Preston for 16s. 6d. 

Sept. 25 for provisions delivered to Sergeant Hugart at 

Fort Lewis, Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. D. 
6QQ33 S. lp. 

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1757 Pendleton, Col. Edmund. Caroline [County, Va.] Letter 

Sept. 26 to [William Preston]. Legal advice concerning 

suit with Lusk; current news; Lord Loudoun 

1QQ160 obliged to decline attack of Louisburg and re- 

turn to New York; Fort William Henry de- 
molished. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Col 
Pendleton's Letter 26 th Sepr 1757. 

1757 Buchanan, John. Statement of account against "The 

Sept. 29 Country" for flour delivered at Thomas Tosh's 

on Roanoke for the Indians, etc., in accordance 

1QQ161 with orders of Col. Clement Read. Certified by 

Thomas Bouldin. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Countrys ace*. Laid Before Col - Read. 

1757 Buchanan, John. Statement of account against "The 

Sept. 29 Country " for provisions, beef cattle, etc., pur- 

chased by him in Augusta County [on the 

1QQ142-145 order of] Col. Clement Read of Lunenburg 

County for the use of the Cherokee Indians, 
and for the militia and regulars on the fron- 
tiers of Augusta County. Certified by Thomas 
Bouldin. D. S, 4 pp. 

1757 M c Creery, John. Receipt to William Preston for £10 

Oct. 4 6d. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ34 

1757 Black, William. Receipt to William Preston for 34s. for 

Oct. 5 service as a soldier at Fort Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ70 

1757 Davies, John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 13s. 4d. 

Oct. 5 for fifty-five days' pay as a corporal at Fort 

6QQ69 Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 



1757 Davies, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 Is. for 

Oct. 5 forty-one days' service as a soldier at Fort 

Miller; and for £2 13s. 4tf. for forty days' ser- 
vice as a corporal at Fort George prior to May 1, 
1757. D. S. 1 p. 



6QQ88 



1757 Gilham, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for 19s. 6d. 

Oct. 5 in payment for labor at Fort Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ35 

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1757 Gilham, Charles. Receipt to William Preston, for £2 8s. 

Oct. 5 for forty-eight days ' service as a soldier at 

6QQ70 Fort Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Gilham, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £3 13s. 

Oct. 5 for seventy- three days' service as a soldier prior 
to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. 

6QQ89 D. S. 1 p. 



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Hamilton, John. Receipt to William Preston for 7s. for 
seven days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 



Hamilton, John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 8s. 
for sixty-eight days' service as a soldier in his 
company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

M c Knight, James. Receipt to William Preston for Is. 
for seven days 7 work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 



1757 M c Knight, James. Receipt to William Preston for £2 19s. 
Oct. 5 for fifty-nine days 7 service as a soldier in his 

6QQ89 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Kinkead, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 18s. 
Oct. 6 for fifty-eight days 7 service as a soldier in his 

6QQ90 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Bratton, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £15 

Oct. 7 6s. 3d. for provisions for his company. Wit- 

6QQ36 nessed by John Buchanan. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Phagen, Philip. Receipt to William Preston for £1 10s. 

Oct. 7 for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ36 

1757 Robinson, David. Receipt to William Preston for £64 in 
Oct. 7 payment for service as second lieutenant in his 

6QQ3 company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Campbell, George. Receipt to William Preston for 5s. 6d. 
Oct. 11 for a spade used in building Fort George. 

6QQ22 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Tencher, Francis. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. 
Oct. 11 for sixty-three days 7 service as a soldier in his 

6QQ90 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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1757 Tencher, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for 18s. 

Oct. 11 6d. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ37 

1757 Arthurs, John. Eeceipt to William Preston for pay as 

Oct. 12 a soldier in his company of rangers. Wit- 

6QQ4 nessed by James Dunlap. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Connor, Daniel. Receipt to William Preston for £7 lis. 

Oct. 12 for carrying provisions for his company. Wit- 

nessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark. 
6QQ21 1 p. 

[1757] Droudy[?], Daniel. Receipt to William Preston for 
Oct. 12 pay as a soldier in his company of rangers. 

Witnessed by James Dunlap. Signed by mark. 
6QQ5 1 p. 

1757 Fleming, John. Receipt to William Preston for pay as a 

Oct. 12 soldier in his company of rangers. Signed by 

6QQ5 mark. 1 p. 

1757 Goodwin, William. Receipt to William Preston for £3 2s. 

Oct. 12 for sixty-two days' service as a soldier in his 

company prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by 
6QQ91 John Graham. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Jordan, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 13$. for 

Oct. 12 thirty-three days' service as a soldier at Fort 

Lewis. Witnessed by William Wilson. D. S. 
6QQ71 1 p. 

1757 Letter, Richard. Receipt to William Preston for £4 7s. 

Oct. 12 for eighty-seven days' service as a soldier in 

6QQ91 his company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Rodgers, George. Receipt to William Preston for £5 2s. 

Oct. 12 for 102 days' service as a soldier in his com-. 

6QQ92 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Wilson, William. Receipt to William Preston for 2s. for 

Oct. 12 provisions delivered at Fort Lewis. D. S. 

6QQ37 1 p. 

1757 Wilson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 2s. 

Oct. 12 for forty- two days' service as a soldier at Fort 

6QQ70 Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

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1757 Davis, William. Receipt to William Preston for pay as 

Oct. 13 a soldier in his company of rangers. D. S. 

6QQ6 1 p. 

1757 Davison, George. Receipt to William Preston for £6 4s. 

Oct. 13 for 124 days 7 service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ93 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Davison, James. Receipt to William Preston for £5 7s. 

Oct. 13 for 107 days' service as soldier in his company 

6QQ93 prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Davison, John. Receipt to William Preston for £4 10s. 

Oct. 13 for ninety-six days' service as a soldier in his 

6QQ95 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Jackson, Francis. Receipt to William Preston for £1 9s. 

Oct. 13 for twenty -nine days' service as a soldier in his 

6QQ95 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p.' 

1757 Jackson, Francis. Receipt to William Preston for 40s. 

Oct. 13 for forty days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ95 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Jackson Sr., John. Receipt to William Preston for money 

Oct. 13 received for provisions delivered at Fort Lewis. 

6QQ39 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Jackson [Sr.], John. Receipt to William Preston for £4 

Oct. 13 5s. for eighty-five days' service as a soldier in 

6QQ94 his company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Lockhart, James. Receipt to William Preston for £1 19s. 

Oct. 13 for thirty-nine days 7 service as a soldier in his 

6QQ92 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 JV^Clintock, William. Receipt to William Preston for £9 

Oct. 13 18s. for carrying for his company. Witnessed 

6QQ38 by John Buchanan. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Miller, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 39s. for 

Oct. 13 thirty-nine days' service as a soldier in his 

company; and for £6 8s. for ninety-six days' 

6QQ94 service as sergeant prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 

1757 Miller, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £5 10s. 

Oct. 13 for 110 days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ96 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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1757 Scott, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £3 6s. for 

Oct. 13 sixty-six days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ96 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Wilson, George. Receipt to William Preston for £2 17s. 

Oct. 13 2d. for provisions delivered to Sergeant Hu- 

6QQ38 gart at Fort Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Wilson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £3 55. 

Oct. 13 8d. for provisions for the use of his company. 

6QQ39 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Matthews, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 

Oct. 15 85. for forty-eight days' service as a soldier in 

his company prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed 
6QQ97 by Audley Paul. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Paul, Audley. Receipt to William Preston for £80 in 

Oct. 15 payment for service as first lieutenant in his 

6QQ3 company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Armstrong, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for 8s. 

Oct. 18 lOd. for provisions furnished his company. 

6QQ40 D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Mullen, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for 19s. 

Oct. 24 for nineteen days' work at Fort George. Wit- 

nessed by Samuel Wilson. Signed by mark. 
6QQ22 1 p. 

1757 Mullen, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £6 18s. 

Oct. 24 for 138 days' service as a soldier in his com- 

pany prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by Sam- 
6QQ97 uel Wilson. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Lewis, Andrew. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to Capt. Wil- 

Oct. 28 Ham Preston, Fort Prince George. Arrived 

yesterday from Williamsburg; Governor Din- 

1QQ162 widdie to leave the latter part of next month; 

instructions concerning his [Preston's] com- 
pany of rangers. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1757 Preston, William. Letter to Maj. [Andrew] Lewis. 

Oct. 29 Thanks for continued favors; requests an in- 

terview at Captain Dunlap's which is on 

1QQ163 Lewis' route to Fort Young; anxious to re- 

ceive his instructions; two children taken from 

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Captain Dunlap's; recommends David Robin- 
son for appointment as a subaltern. Auto, draft, 
signed. 1 p. Endorsed: Letter to Major Lewis 
29 th Oct r 1757. 

1757 M c Clintock, William. Receipt to William Preston for 

Nov. 5 £12 18s. for carrying provisions. Witnessed 

6QQ44 by Elijah M c Clanahan. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 Is. for 

Nov. 17 forty-one days' service as a soldier in his com- 

pany prior to May 1, 1757. Witnessed by Wil- 
6QQ98 liam Thompson. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1757 Stevenson, Thomas. Receipt to Wiliiam Preston for 12s. 

Nov. 17 for twelve days 7 service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ98 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Weaks [?], Henry. Receipt to William Preston for 12s. 

Nov. 17 for twelve days' service as a soldier in his com- 

, 6QQ99 pany prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Buchanan, Archibald. Receipt to William Preston for 

Nov. 18 pay as a soldier and corporal in his company 

6QQ7 of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Hicklin, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 10s. 

Nov. 19 lOd. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ62 

1757 Lewis, Andrew. Orders to Capt. William Preston. In- 

Nov. 19 structing him to engage sixty-five men to serve 

as rangers under his command in Augusta 

1QQ164 County until August 1; regulations concern- 

ing payments, monthly returns, purchase of 
provisions, and furloughs. D. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Instructions 19 th Nov 1 . 1757. 

1757 Jones, Gabriel. Receipt to William Preston for William 

Nov. 23 M c Geagh's pay as a soldier in Preston's com- 

6QQ13 pany of rangers. D, S. 1 p. 

1757 Burnsides, James. Receipt to William Preston for £11 6s. 

Nov. 29 Id. for provisions for his company at Fort 

6QQ45 George. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1757] Lloyd, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £5> 
Nov. 30 16s. for eighty-seven days' service as a soldier 

in his company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 
6QQ99 1 p. 

1757 Hog, James. Receipt to William Preston for £49 155. 4eZ. 

Dec. 30 being his full pay; and for £18 10s. lOd. in 

6QQ66 payment of his provision account. D. S. 1 p. 

1757 Reed, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £2 5s. for 

Dec. 30 ammunition for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ44 

1757 Seeley, Jeremiah. Receipt to William Preston for £47 

Dec. 30 4s. 4<2. in full for his own and his company's 

pay; also £9 18s. in payment of his provision 
6QQ67 account. Witnessed by Israel Christian. D. S. 

lp. 

[1757] Bell, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £7 10s. for 

150 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ117 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Belley, Abraham. Receipt to William Preston for £4 
18s. 8d. for service as corporal in his company 
6QQ126 from June 8 to Aug. 20, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Black, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 13s. 
for his service between June 8 and Nov. 29, 
6QQ117 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Bodkin, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for 7s. for 
seven days' work at Fort George. Witnessed 
6QQ23 by Samuel Campbell. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Bodkin, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £2 10s. 
for service as a soldier in his company of 

6QQ103 rangers from June 8, 1757. Witnessed by Sam- 

uel Campbell. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Bodkin, James. Receipt to William Preston for £8 14s.. 

for 174 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ120 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Bright, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £1 10s. 

for thirty days' service as a soldier at Port 
6QQ72 Lewis. Witnessed by Adam Jordan. Signed 

by mark. 1 p. 

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[1757] Carlile, John. Receipt to William Preston for £8 3s. for 

163 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ121 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Cates, Conrad. Receipt to William Preston for 31s. for 
thirty-one days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ107 pany in 1757. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Codere, John. Receipt to William Preston for pay as a 
soldier in his company of rangers in 1756. D. 
6QQ4 S. 1 p. 

[1757] Cummings, Josiah. Receipt to William Preston for 24s. 
for twenty-four days 7 work at Port George. 
6QQ23 D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Cummings, Josiah. Receipt to William Preston for £6 14s. 

for 124 days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ116 pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 

lp. 

[1757] Cunningham, John T. Receipt to William Preston for £1 
10s. for flour for the use of his company. Wit- 
6QQ41 nessed by Robert Campbell. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Davies, John. Receipt to William Preston for 5s. for five 
6QQ20 days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Davies, John. Receipt to William Preston for £10 17s. 4d. 
for 163 days' service as a corporal in his com- 
6QQ109 pany from June to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Davison, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for pay 

due his sons, George, James, and John for their 

6QQ102 services as soldiers in his company. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Day, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 4s. for 
forty-four days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ115 pany before Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Day, Nathaniel. Receipt to William Preston for £2 4s. 
for forty-four days' service as a soldier in his 
6QQ114 company before Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Duffy, Patrick. Receipt to William Preston for £5 4s. 
for 104 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ108 in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1757] Elliot, Andrew. Eeceipt to "William Preston for £7 5s. 

for 145 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ123 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Estill, Benjamin. Receipt to William Preston for £8 10s. 

for 170 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ113 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Estill, Bond. Receipt to William Preston for £8 14s. for 

174 days' service as a soldier in his company be- 
6QQ113 tween June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Estill, John. Receipt to William Preston for £7 13s. for 
153 days' service as a soldier in his company be- 
6QQ117 tween June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Evans, David. Receipt to William Preston for £2 8s. for 
forty-eight days' service as a soldier at George 
6QQ73 Willson's. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] File, John. Receipt to William Preston for £8 9s. for 169 
days' service as a soldier in his company be- 
6QQ116 tween June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Folley, John. Receipt to William Preston for £8 15s. for 

175 days' service as a soldier in his company be- 
6QQ116 tween June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed by 

Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Fulton, William. Receipt to William Preston for £4 13s. 

for ninety-four days' service as a soldier in his 

6QQ122 company between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. 

S. 1 p. 

[1757] Gilham, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £5 16s. 

for 116 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ120 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Gilham, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £8 8s. 3d 
6QQ40 for labor for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Goodwin, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 19s. 

for service as a soldier in his company prior to 
6QQ111 Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed by Hugh Hicklin. 

Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Graham, James. Receipt to William Preston for 20s. for 
6QQ125 twenty days' service as a soldier in his company 

prior to December, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1757] Green[?], Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £4 13s. 

for ninety- three days' service as a soldier in his 
6QQ115 company between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. 

S. 1 p. 

[1757] Gun, George. Receipt to William Preston for pay as a 
soldier in his company of rangers. Witnessed 
6QQ8 by David Robinson. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Hall, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 155. for 
fifteen days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ119 prior to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Hamilton, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 15s. 
for fifty -five days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ125 pany prior to December, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Harper, Matthew. Receipt to William Preston for £4 16s. 
for ninety-six days' service as a soldier in his 
6QQ118 company prior to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Harmon, Calep. Receipt to William Preston for £8 Is. 
for service as a soldier in his company of rang- 
6QQ102 ers in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Hicklan, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £7 155. 
for 155 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ112 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Hicklin> Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £8 125. 

for 172 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ114 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Hinds, Edward. Receipt to William Preston for £7 I65. 
for 156 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ105 in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Hodge, William. Receipt to William Preston for £5 155. 
for 115 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ107 in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Hugart, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £3 I85. 
8d. for fifty-nine days' service as a sergeant at 
6QQ72 Fort Lewis prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Jackson, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 75. for 
service as a soldier in his company prior to Nov. 
6QQ104 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1757] Jackson [Sr.], John. Receipt to William Preston for 6s. 
6QQ20 for six days' work at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Johnson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £7 19s. 
for 159 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ111 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Jones, Gabriel. Receipt to William Preston for Charles 
Stringham's pay as a soldier in Preston's com- 
6QQ11 pany of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Jordan, Adam. Receipt to William Preston for £7 15s. 

for 155 days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ122 pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 

lp. 

[1757] Keening[?], Patrick. Receipt to William Preston for pay 
as a soldier in his company of rangers in 1756. 

6QQ2 Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark, 

lp. 

[1757] Kinkead, Matthew. Receipt to William Preston for £1 10s. 
for thirty days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ90 pany prior to May 1, [1757] . D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Lewis, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £15 15s. 
being pay as first lieutenant in his company 
6QQ101 prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Lewis, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £41 10s. 

for service as first lieutenant in his company 

6QQ129 between May 1 and Nov. 29 ; 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Lewis, George. Receipt to William Preston for £5 Is. 6d. 
for provisions for his company. Witnessed by 
6QQ43 John File. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Lockhart, James. Receipt to William Preston for 3s. for 
6QQ37 three days' work at Fort Miller. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Long, David. Receipt to William Preston for £7 4s. for 
136 days' service as second lieutenant in his 
6QQ100 company prior to May 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] M e Knigfht, James. Receipt to William Preston for £1 9s. 
for twenty-nine days' service as a soldier in his 
company between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. 

6QQ121 S. 1 p. 

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[1757] Martin, George. Receipt to William Preston for 26s. for 
twenty-six days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ127 pany in November, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Martin, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £1 18s. Sd. 

for twenty-nine days' service as a sergeant in 
6QQ112 his company after June 8 ; also for £1 13s. for 

thirty-three days 7 service as a soldier prior to 

Nov. 30, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Merchant, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for 
£3 Is. for service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ126 from May 1 to July 1, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Miller, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £8 14s. for 
174 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ110 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed by 

Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for £8 lis. for 
171 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ110 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed by 

Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Montaney, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £8 4s. 

for 164 days' service as a soldier in his company 

6QQ112 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Oliver, James. Receipt to William Preston for £2 6s. for 
forty-six days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ122 pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 

lp. 

[1757] Phagen, Philip. Receipt to William Preston for £8 4s. 

for 164 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ111 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed by 

Hugh Hicklin. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Price, William. Receipt to William Preston for £8 9s. for 
169 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ119 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Pryor, John. Receipt to William Preston for £5 16s. for 
116 days' service as a soldier in his company be- 
6QQ123 tween June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Pryor, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £5 14s. 
6QQ124 for 114 days' service as a soldier in his company 

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between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed 
by David Long. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Pryor, Richard. Receipt to William Preston for £5 9s. 

for 109 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ123 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed 

by David Long. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Pullin, Loftus. Receipt to William Preston for £8 5s. 
for 1G5 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ119 between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Ramsey, William. Receipt to William Preston for £6 6s. 

in full for James and Daniel M c FauTs pay for 
6QQ152 March and April and two days in May. D. S. 

IP. 

[1757] Rayra> George. Receipt to William Preston for £4 2s. for 
eighty-two days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ121 pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 

lp. 

[1757] Riley, Francis. Receipt to William Preston for pay as a 
soldier in his company of rangers. Signed by 
6QQ14 mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Rollins, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £8 
12^. for 172 days' service as a soldier in his com- 
6QQ105 pany in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Sanders, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £9 3s. 
6d. for service as a drummer in his company 
6QQ109 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Shaw, James. Receipt to William Preston for £8 for 160 
days* pay as a soldier in his company between 
6QQ120 June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Skillern, George. Receipt to William Preston for £6 5$. 
for 125 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ104 in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Skfllern, William. Receipt to William Preston for £6 hs. 
for 125 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ104 of rangers in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Smith, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £11 65. 8&. 
for 125 days' service as a sergeant in his com- 
6QQ105 pany in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1757] Smith, John. Receipt to William Preston for £7 10s. for 
150 days' service as a soldier in his company be- 

6QQ113 tween June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. Witnessed by 

Charles Lewis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Smith, Nicholas. Receipt to William Preston for £5 Is. 
for 101 days' service as a ranger in his company 
6QQ99 prior to May 1, 1757. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1757] Stewart, William. Receipt to William Preston for £7 4s. 
for 144 days' service as a soldier in his company 
6QQ118 from June 8 to Nov. 29, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Tencher[?], William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 
18s. for fifty-eight days' service as a soldier in 
6QQ100 his company. D. S. 1 p. 

[1757] Williams, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 18s. 

for fifty-eight days' service as a soldier in his 
6QQ114 company between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1757. D. 

S. lp. 

[1757] Wright, John. Receipt to William Preston for pay as a 
600108 soldier and corporal in his company in 1757. D. 

S. 1 p. 

1758 Chambers, John. Receipt to William Preston for £4 14s. 

Jan. 2 for ninety-four days' service as a soldier in his 

6QQ106 company of rangers in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Henderson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 

Jan . 2 16s. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ45 

1758 Johnston, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 Is. 6dL ' 

J AN - ^ for forty-one days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ106 pany of rangers after June 8, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 



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Moore, John. Receipt to William Preston for £24 9d. 
received by him from the treasurer on Moore's 
account. D. S. 1 p. 



1758 Buchanan, Col. John. Receipts to him by officers and 

Jan. 8- soldiers for their pay prior to Sept. 1, 1758. A. 

AxjG - 7 D. 2 pp. Endorsed: Soldiers Rec ts . 

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1758 Maxwell, John. Receipt to William Preston for £192 35. 

Jan. 12 for money received from the treasurer on Max- 

6QQ141 well's account. D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Smith, Margaret. Receipt to William Preston for £20 

Jan. 12 which was allowed her by the assembly in the 

previous May and received by Preston from the 
6QQ140 treasurer. D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Taylor, Isaac. Receipt to William Preston for £15 6<& 

Jan. 16 received by him from the treasurer on Taylor's 

account for sundries delivered to the Cherokee. 
6QQ142 D. S. 1 p. 

175[8] Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for 7s. 6d. for 

Jan. 30 labor at Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ48 

1758 [Name illegible]. Receipt to William Preston for £20 

Feb. 14 allowed by the assembly to Abram Bledsoe for 

killing two Indians. Witnessed by John Brown. 
6QQ143 D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Gilham, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £4 145. 

Mar. 4 9%eZ. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ59 

1758 Fleming, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 Is. 

Mar. 20 lid. in full for Abram Bledsoe 's pay as a soldier 

6QQ10 in Preston's company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Glement[s], Jacob. Receipt to William Preston for £11 
Mar. 22 45. Id. for provisions for his company. D. S. 

6QQ57 1 p. 

' 1758 Campbell, James. Receipt to William Preston for lbs* 9d. 

Mar. 24 for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ58 

1758 Campbell, William. Receipt to William Preston for £1 

Mar. 24 17s. 6d. for butter furnished his company. D. S. 

6QQ58 1 p. 

1758 Lewis, Andrew. Fort Young. Letter to Col. [John] 

Apr. 22 Buchanan. Recommends the appointment of 

Captain Sayers as his first lieutenant, and Wil- 
2QQ4 liam Ingles as ensign. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 

Col . Lewis Letter To Col°. Buchanan. 

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1758 Vachel, Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £12 8s. 

June 2 6d. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ65 

1758 Littleton, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for £6 

[July] 3 12s. Id. for provisions for his company. D. S. 

6QQ53 1 p. 

1758 Vance, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 14s. 6d. 

July 3 for carrying flour from Staunton to the Calf 

6QQ54 Pasture and to Fort George. D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Warwick, William. Receipt to William Preston for £13 

July 3 10s. Id. for provisions for his company. D. S. 

6QQ53 1 p. 

1758 Fauquier, Lieut-Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 

Sept. 30 mission to John Buchanan as lieutenant of Au- 

gusta County. Sworn before J. Madison, No- 

2QQ7 vember, 1758. Printed form filled in; signed. 

1 p. Endorsed: Col Buchanan County Lieu*. 

1758 Buchanan, John. Fort Fauquier. Voucher to George 

Sept. Birdwell for beef for the use of his company. 

On the reverse is Birdwell 's receipt for pay- 

2QQ5 ment, Aug. 9, 1759. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

G Birdwells Rect. 

1758 Walker, Thomas. Letter to Col. John Buchanan. In- 

Oct. 16 structing him to buy provisions for his com- 

pany. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Doct r Walkers 
2QQ8 Orders for Provisions. 

1758 Looney, David. Statement of account against "The 

Oct. 30 Country " for iy% bushels of salt. In Preston's 

6QQ133 handwriting. 1 p. 

1758 Fauquier, Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Nov. 14 [John] Buchanan. Receipt of his letter by 

Sergeant Skillern ; disposition of the rangers for 

2QQ11 frontier counties; Captain Wade in an ugly 

scrape in relation to the Cherokee ; the Indians 
not to be molested while hunting. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1758 Buchanan, John. Fort Fauquier. Voucher to Capt. John 

Nov. 23 Maxwell for beef. On the reverse is Maxwell's 

receipt for payment, May 24, 1759. D. S. 1 p. 
2QQ9 Endorsed : Jn° Maxwells Rect. 

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1758 Pullin, Loftus. Receipt to William Preston for £6 19s. 

Dec. 1 10 x /2d. for provisions for his company in Octo- 

6QQ135 ber and November, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Williams, John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 18s. 

Dec. 1 9d. for provisions for his company. Witnessed 

6QQ136 by Felix Gilbert. Signed by mark. 1 p.. 

1758 Sharpe [?], William. Receipt to William Preston for £7 

Dec. 2 16s. for provisions furnished his company at 

Fort George in November, 1758. Witnessed by 
6QQ131 Thomas Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. 

1758 Whitley, Jonathan. Statement of account against Capt. 

Dec. 16 David Sayers for flour for the use of his com- 

pany at Fort Ligonier. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
2QQ9 Whitleys Rect for flower 16 th Deer 1758. 

1758 M c Clure, Alexander. Fort Fauquier. Statement of ac- 

Dec. 26 count against "The Country" for flour fur- 

nished Capt. [William] Preston's company. 
2QQ9 D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Allex r . M c Clure's Acc ta . 

£2:5:0. 

1758 Buchanan, Capt. John. "A Summal Book of Provisions 

for Cap*. Jn°. Buchanan Comp^. of Militia — 

6QQ138, 139 1758.' ' A fragment bearing on the reverse ac- 

counts of Patrick Lowry, Bobert Houston, and 

j Abraham Brown against "The Country 77 for 

provisions. A. D. 2 pp. 

1758-59 Buchanan, John, and Lieut. Joseph M c Do-vvell. Fort 
Fauquier. Statement of flour and beef loaned 

2QQ3 to sundry persons while in command of com- 

panies at Fort Fauquier. A. D. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Jn° Buchanan's Act of Beef & Flour. 

[1758] Armstrong', John. Receipt to William Preston for 14s. 
for provisions for his company in 1757. D. S. 
6QQ46 1 p. 

[1758] Black, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £2 3s. 
for provisions for his company in 1757. Signed 
6QQ47 by mark. 1 p. 

[1758] Black, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £1 
6QQ64 15s. 7 1 /2<1 for provisions for his company in De- 

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cember, 1757. Witnessed by Charles Lewis. 
Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1758] Black, William. Receipt to William Preston for £17 10s. 
for provisions for his company at Fort George 
6QQ137 in October, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Bodjrin, James. Receipt to William Preston for £1 12s. 
3d. for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ51 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Bodkin, James. Receipt to William Preston for £1 2s. 6d. 
for beef for his company in November, 1757. 
6QQ61 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Bodkin, James. Receipt to William Preston for £3 9s. 
lOy^d. for beef for his company in November, 
6QQ134 1758. D. S, 1 p. 

[1758] Bratton, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for pay- 
ment for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ59 D. S. lp. 

[1758] Buchanan, John, and John Paxton. Statement of ac- 
count against "The Country" for flour fur- 
6QQ132 nished by them. 1 p. 

[1758] Buchanan, Col. John, and Thomas Walker. Statement 
of account against "The Country' 7 for pro- 

4QQ185 visions for the use of company commanded by 

Colonel Buchanan. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Col Buchanan's Ace*. 2nd endorsement: Pro- 
vision Ace 1 to be settled with Tho s . Walker. 

[1758] Carlile, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £10 75. 

Id. for provisions for his company in Novem- 
6QQ63 ber, 1757. Witnessed by Charles Lewis. 

Signed by mark. 1 p, 

[1758] Carlile, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £4 
for provisions for his company in November, 
6QQ136 1758. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1758] G[torn], Jacob. Receipt to William Preston for £3 25. 
6d. for provisions for the use of his company 
6QQ46 in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1758] Estill, Benjamin. Keeeipt to William Preston for £3 5s. 
for cooperage for his company prior to Decem- 
6QQ136 ber, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Estill, Bond, and John Smith. Receipt to William Pres- 
ton for £9 9s. Id. for beef vessels for use of his 
6QQ60 fort in November, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Estill, Wallace. Receipt to William Preston for £4 13s. 
for provisions for his company in 1757, D. S. 
6QQ50 1 p. 

[1758] Estill, Wallaec. Receipt to William Preston for £16 Is. 
Id. for provisions for his company in November, 
6QQ60 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Femster, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £10 
10s. Id. for provisions for his company in No- 
6QQ60 vember, 1757. D. S, 1 p. 

[1758] Finney, Christopher. Receipt to William Preston for £7 
17s. for 157 days' service as a soldier in his 

6QQ110 company from June 8 to November 29, 1758. 

Witnessed by Charles Lewis. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Gay, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £15 for 
6QQ47 provisions for his company in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Gilbert, Felix. Receipt to William Preston for £1 7s. for 
6QQ52 salt for his company in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] [Gilbert], Felix. Receipt to William Preston for £7 18s. 
6QQ63 6d. for provisions for his company. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Gilliam, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £4 14s. 
9(Z. for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ47 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hall, James. Receipt to William Preston for £2 10s. for 
beef for his company in November, 1758. Wit- 

6QQ130 nessed by Charles Lewis. Signed by mark, 

lp. 

[1758] Hall, James. Receipt to William Preston for £2 13s. 4d. 

for provisions for his company in September, 
6QQ130 1758. Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed 

by mark. 1 p. 

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[1758] Hamilton, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for £2 
2s. 8d. for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ58 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Henderson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 
14s. for salt for his company in January, 1758. 
6QQ56 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hicklin, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £6 Is. lid. 
for provisions for his company in 1757. D. S. 
6QQ48 1 p. 

[1758] H[ickUn], Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £3 7s. 
2d. for provisions for his company in Novem- 
6QQ61 ber, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hicklin, Hugh. Receipt to William Preston for £1 16s. 
4^2$. for beef for his company in November, 
6QQ135 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hicklin, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £7 8s. 
Id. for provisions for his company in Novem- 
6QQ62 ber, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hicklin, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £6 10s. 
Id for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ49 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hicklin^ Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. 
6c£. for provisions for his company in Novem- 
6QQ134 ber, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Hodge, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £3 2s. 6d. 
for provisions for his company in 1757. Wit- 
6QQ51 nessed by Felix Gilbert. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Johnson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £1 9s. 
8d. for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ48 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Johnson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £3 Os. 
2y 2 d. for provisions for his company in Novem- 
6QQ61 ber, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Johnson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £3 14s. 
9cZ. for provisions for his company in Novem- 
6QQ134 ber, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1758] Jordan, Adam. Receipt to William Preston for £1 10s. 
for provisions for his company in November, 
6QQ62 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Jordan, Adam. Receipt to William Preston for £2 18s. 9d. 
for provisions for his company in 1757. D. S. 
6QQ51 1 p. 

[1758] Kinkead, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £5 2s. 
9d. for carrying flour and salt for his company 
6QQ55 in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Knox, James. Receipt to William Preston for £4 17s. for 
ninety-seven days' service as a soldier in his 

6QQ128 company between June and November, 1758. 

D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Knox, James. Receipt to William Preston for £11 lis. 
Bd. for provisions for his company in 1757, 
6QQ52 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Knox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £10 12s. 

for 159 days' service as a corporal in his com- 

6QQ128 pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1758. D. S. 

IP. 

[1758] Lawrence, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £1 
15s. for thirty-five days' service prior to Nov. 
6QQ127 30, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Letter, Richard. Receipt to William Preston for £8 15s. 
for 175 days' service as a soldier in his com- 
pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1758. D. S. 

6QQ127 1 p. 

[1758] Lloyd, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £1 lOd. 

for provisions for his company in October, 1758. 
6QQ46 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Lockridge, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for £3 
7s. 6d. for provisions for his company in 1757. 
6QQ55 D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Long, David. Receipt to William Preston for £32 for 
160 days' service as second lieutenant in his 

6QQ125 company of rangers between June 8 and 

Nov. 29, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

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[1758] M c Clintock, William. Receipt to William Preston for £8 
6s. 4d. for carrying provisions for his company 

6QQ56 in 1757-58. Witnessed by James Dunlap, 

Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1758] M c Creery, John. Receipt to William Preston for £10 2s. 
7%d. for provisions furnished his company in 
6QQ57 January, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] M c Creery, John. Receipt to William Preston for £20 for 
provisions for his company at Fort George in 

6QQ137 October, 1758. Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. 

D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] M c Creery, John, for Sampson Syers. Receipt to William 
Preston for £5 12s. for beef for his company at 
6QQ137 Fort George in October, 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] M c Knight, James. Receipt to William Preston for £1 12s. 
3d. for provisions for his company in November, 
6QQ63 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Mihills, Richard. Receipt to William Preston for 7s. 6d. 
for salting beef at Fort George in November, 
6QQ130 1758. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for £6 16s. 6d. 

for provisions for his company in 1757 and 1758. 
6QQ64 Witnessed by [torn] Lewis. Signed by mark. 

lp. 

[1758] Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 19s. 
10%^. for provisions for his company in No- 
6QQ135 vember, 1758. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1758] Price, William. Receipt to William Preston for £7 3s. for 
6QQ59 provisions for his company in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Pryor Jr., Richard. Receipt to William Preston for £6 12s. 
for 132 days' service as a soldier in his com- 

6QQ124 pany between June 8 and Nov. 29, 1758. Wit- 

nessed by William Skillern. Signed by mark. 
lp. 

[1758] Pullin, Loftus. Receipt to William Preston for £3 16s. 
for provisions for his company in 1757. D. S. 
6QQ50 1 p. 

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[1758] Pullin, Loftus. Receipt to William Preston for payment 
for provisions furnished his company in Novem- 
6QQ62 ber, 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] [Torn], Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £14 7$. 
Id. for provisions for his company in 1757. Wit- 
6QQ55 nessed by Andrew Lockridge. D. S. 1 p. 

[1758] Tencher, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for 31s. 6d. 
for salt for his company in November, 1757. D. 
6QQ57 S. Ip. 

[1758] Wilson, Stephen. Receipt to William Preston for 15$. 
for "riding 1 an express and horse hire for his 
6QQ49 company" in 1757. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Ingles, Lieut. William. Fort Fauquier. Vouchers to 

Jan. 3 John Moore for pork and flour for the use of 

Col. John Buchanan's company. On the reverse 

2QQ12 is John Moore's order on Colonel Buchanan for 

£7 5 5 . 10i4(Z., Oct. 5, 1759; also James M c - 
Gavock's receipt to Colonel Buchanan for the 
amount, Oct. 12, 1759. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
W m . Ingles Leu*. Rec*. 

1759 Moore, John. Statement of account against Col. John 

Jan. 3 Buchanan for pork and flour for the use of his 

company. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Jn° Moors 
2QQ12 Ace* £7" 6" 2. 

1759 Crockett, John. Receipt to Col. John Buchanan for £6 135. 

Jan. 9 to be paid to David Sayers, Thomas Baker, John 

Gregory, and John Fay for their services as 

2QQ5 soldiers at Fort Fauquier up to September, 1758. 

Witnessed by Alexander Buchanan and Thomas 
Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Jn° Crockett Rec* 
for the men's Pay at Fort Ligonier. 

1759 Potts, John. Fort Fauquier. Receipt to Col. [John] Bu- 

Jan. 12 chanan £2 6s. for provisions for the use of his 

company. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Jn° Potts Recp* 
2QQ14 £2:6: for Beef. 

1759 Looney, Robert. Fort Fauquier. Receipt to Col. John 

Jan. 15 Buchanan for £6 55. Bd. in payment for beef for 

the use of his company. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

2QQ14 Endorsed: Robert Limeys Recp* £6" 5 "3 for 

Beef. 

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1759 Ramsey, William. Fort Fauquier. Statement of account 

Jan. 16 against "The Country" for flour furnished Col. 

[John] Buchanan's company. D. S. 1 p. En- 
2QQ14 dorsed: W m Ramsey's ace* £6"5"0. 

1759 Allison, John. Statement of account against "The Coun- 

Jan. 17 try" for flour furnished Col. [John] Buchanan's 

company at Fort Fauquier. Signed by mark. 
2QQ14 1 p. Endorsed : Jn° Allisons ace* £4 :5 :7i/ 2 . 

1759 Lyle, Samuel. Fort Fauquier. Statement of account 

Jan. 17 against "The Country" for flour furnished Col. 

[John] Buchanan's company. D. S. 1 p. En- 
2QQ14 dorsed : Sam 1 . Lyles ace 4 . £5 : 14 : 6. 

1759 Dale, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £12 18s. 

Feb. 7 lOVod. on his account, and £4 2s. 8d. on Edward 

Keeny's account for provisions delivered at Fort 

6QQ147 Young for the use of Preston's company. "Wit- 

nessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1759 Gilmore, John. Receipt to William Preston for £28 $y 2 d. 

Feb. 7 on his account; £10 12s. on Robert Young's ac- 

count; £2 9s. on William M c Kenny's account. 

6QQ146 and £7 Is. 9d. on John Beaty's account, being 

in payment for provisions delivered at Fort 
Young. Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. Signed 
by mark. 1 p. 

1759 McKown, John. Receipt to William Preston for £14 2s. 6d. 

Feb. 7 for provisions delivered at Fort Young for the 

use of his company. Witnessed by Thomas Lloyd. 
6QQ147 D. S. 1 p. 

1759 M c Keachy, James. Receipt to William Preston for £3 7s. 

Feb. 10 6d. on his own account; and £7 Is. 6d. on John 

Mason's account for provisions for Preston's 
6QQ148 company at Evans' Mill. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Tosh, Tasker. Receipt to William Preston for £6 2s. iy 2 d. 

Feb. 10 for provisions delivered at Evans' Mill for the 

6QQ148 use of his company. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Tosh, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £20 15s. 

Feb. 10 for provisions delivered at Evans 7 Mill for the 

6QQ148 use of his company. D. S. 1 p. 

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1759 Dryden, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £8 16s. 

Feb. 28 2d. for flour for his company at Evans' Mill. D. 

6QQ149 S. 1 p. 

1759 [Buchanan, John?] Memoranda of provisions belonging to 

Mar. 13- the public store that were delivered to Lieut. 

Apr. 27 [Joseph] M c Dowell, Capt. Peter Hog, [Wil- 

liam?] Ingles, Thomas Ramsey, and Swearing- 

2QQ18 ham [Swearingen]. A. D. 2 pp. 

1759 Hog, Peter. Receipt to Col. John Buchanan for arms and 

Mar. 13 a drum, belonging to Augusta County, for the 

use of Hog's company of rangers. D. S. 1 p. 
2QQ15 Endorsed : Hogs Rect. 

1759 McDowell, Joseph. Fort Fauquier. Receipt to Col. John 

Mar. 17 Buchanan for provisions on account of Dr. 

Thomas Walker, contractor for provisions for 

2QQ15 His Majesty's forces in the county of Augusta. 

Witnessed by Samuel Young and John M c Fer- 
ran. Oai same sheet : Memorandum of stores be- 
longing to "the Country" left in his care by 
Col. John Buchanan. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Lieut M c dowells Rece ts of Stores. 

1759 Bratton, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £25 85. 

Mar. 20 lid. for provisions for his company of rangers. 

6QQ149 Witnessed by John Trimble. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Campbell, James. Receipt to William Preston for £8 4s. 5d. 

Mar. 20 for provisions for his company at Fort Young. 

6QQ144 D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Campbell, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £7 6s. 

Mar. 20 3d. for provisions at Fort Young. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ144 

1759 Hubbard, Lieut. Edward. Statement charging John 

Mar. 20 Walker of Capt. [William] Preston's company 

with contempt and refusal to obey orders. Wit- 

2QQ16, 17 nessed by David Kennedy, ensign of the Vir- 

ginia regiment. A. D. S. 2 pp. 

1759 Bryan, James. Receipt to William Preston for £31 12s. 6<Z. 

Mar. 22 for provisions delivered at Evans' Mill for the 

6QQ145 use of his company. D. S. 1 p. 

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1759 Smith, Colonel, and John Buchanan. "An ac*. of Flour 

May 8 in the flour Room at fort Fauquier y e 8 of May 

1759 weighed by Col° Smith and John Buchan- 
2QQ20 an." A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: Old Military 

Papers. 

1759 Robinson, David. Letter to Col. William Preston. In re- 

May 18 ply to invitation to visit him. Preston character- 

ized as being a social devotee, while the writer 

2QQ21 claims to be of a philosophical turn of mind. A 

L. Signed " A Peripatetic." 3 pp. Endorsed: 
David Robinson Lett 1 *. May 18 th 1759. 

1759 Johnston, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 145. 

July 11 for service as a soldier in his company, and in 

6QQ150 full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Anderson, James. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. 

July 12 on account of William Skillern. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ153 

1759 Duffy, Patrick. Receipt to William Preston for £4 16s. 

July 12 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ154 

1759 Edwards, Amos. Receipt to William Preston for £3 5s. 

July 12 in full of all accounts. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

6QQ151 

[1759] File, John. Receipt to William Preston for £1 8s. in full 

July 12 of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ150 

1759 Gibson, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £9 2s. on 

July 12 account of his brother, George Gibson, and him- 

6QQ152 self. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Graham, John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. in 

July 12 full of James Graham's pay. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ154 

1759 Graham, John. ~ Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. in 

July 12 full of David Graham's pay. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ155 

1759 Long, David. Receipt to William Preston for £3 18s. be- 

July 12 ing the balance of his pay as lieutenant in his 

company for March, April, and two days in May, 
6QQ155 1759. D. S. 1 p. 

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1759 Rollins, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £1 175. 

July 12 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ151 

1759 Stevenson, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for 8s. 

July 12 for eight days' work at Fort Amherst. D. S. 

6QQ154 1 p. 

1759 Walker, John and Philip. Receipt to William Preston for 

July 12 £6 65. in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ153 

1759 Clendennin, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £3 5s. 

July 14 in full of James Clendennin 's pay. Witnessed 

6QQ156 by Thomas Gilham. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1759 Hinds, Edward. Receipt to William Preston for £7 15s. 

July 14 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ156 

1759 Hugart, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £7 10s. 

July 14 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ157 

1759 Pitchlynn, Isaac. Receipt to William Preston for £5 9s. 6d. 

July 14 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ157 

1759 Stewart, William. Receipt to William Preston for £1 19s, 

July 14 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ158 

1759 Carlile, John. Receipt to William Preston for £6 19s. re- 

July 16 ceived from the treasurer, being pay as a soldier 

6QQ170 and for work at Fort Amherst. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Phagen, Philip. Receipt to William Preston for £3 5s. in 

July 18 full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ173 

1759 Robinson, John. Receipt to William Preston for 15s. for 

July 25 building a granary at Evans* Mill. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ159 

1759 Davison, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £4 15s. 

July 26 being his son's pay in Preston's company until 

6QQ159 May 4, 1759. D. S. 1 p. 

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1759 Cunningham, William. Eeceipt to William Preston for £3 

July 27 10s. 3d. on account of James Askew. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ164 

1759 Lewis, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £21 13s. 

July 27 Id. in full of his own and Matthew Roberts' pay. 

6QQ164 D. S. 1 p. 

1759 M c Knight, James. Receipt to William Preston for 41s. 

July 27 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ161 

1759 Miller, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 17s. in 

July 27 full of his son, Hugh's pay. Witnessed by George 

6QQ160 Skillern. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1759 Preston, William. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to Capt. James 

July 27 Lockhart. In the absence of Colonels Smith and 

Buchanan he orders him to draft twenty men 
3QQ138 and send them to that part of the Calf Pasture 

that is most annoyed by the Indians. Auto. 

draft, signed. 1 p. 

1759 Skillern, George. Receipt to William Preston for 21s. on 

July 27 account of Thomas Stevenson ; 10s. on account 

of Samuel M c Nabb ; and 14s. on account of 
6QQ160 William Hutchinson. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Enox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £4 17s. 6d. 

July 30 for service as a corporal in his company in 1759 ; 

also £2 4s. 3d. on account of Thomas Herbert. 
6QQ165 D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Russell, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for £2 in 

July 30 full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ161 

1759 Mathews, John. Fort Fauquier. Receipt to Col. [John] 

Aug. 2 Buchanan for £4 7s. lOd. in payment for flour 

delivered to Thomas Tosh. D. S. 1 p. En- 
2QQ18 dorsed : Jn°. Mathews Rect. 

1759 Smith, Charles. Receipt to William Preston for £5 lis. 3d. 

Aug. 4 on account of Peter Atkins, Robert M c Elwrath 

6QQ162 and himself. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Fulton, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £3 4s. 

Aug. 13 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

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1759 Cloyd, David. Receipt to William Preston for £16 195. 4d. 

Aug. 15 on account of William Graham for ''service done 

6QQ166 to the Cherrokees". D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Kinkead, James. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. 

Aug. 15 in full of all accounts. Witnessed by James 

6QQ168 Trimble. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1759 Kinkead, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. 

Aug. 15 in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ167 

1759 Stevenson, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for £3 lis. 

Aug. 15 for Murphy's pay and in full of all accounts. 

6QQ167 D. S. lp. 

1759 Trimble, James. Receipt to William Preston for £5 13s. 

Aug. 15 in full of Thomas King's pay. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ167 

1759 Armstrong*, William. Receipt to William Preston for 

Aug. 16 David Cosby £2 2s. 3d. in full of Cosby 's note. 

6QQ171 D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Crockett, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £2 18s. 

Aug. 16 on account of his brother James. D. S. 1 p. . 

6QQ169 

1759 Davis, W. M. Receipt to William Preston for £6 10s. in 

Aug. 16 full of his pay, 18s. for horse hire, and 19d. on 

6QQ171 David Cosby 's account. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Estill, Benjamin. Receipt to William Preston for £3 12s. 

Aug. 16 in full of all demands. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ169 

1759 Hamilton, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 13s. 

Aug. 16 in full for his pay, and £3 3s. in full of Thomas 

6QQ172 Kinkead's pay. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Hutchinson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 

Aug. 16 2s. in full of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ170 

1759 Peoples, Nathan. Receipt to William Preston for £6 6s. 

Aug. 16 in full of his son's pay until May 2, 1759. Wit- 

6QQ168 nessed by W. M. Davis. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

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1759 Ramsey, William. Receipt to William Preston for £3 Is. 

Aug. 16 in full of Joshua Cos's pay. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ169. 

1759 Carson, William. Receipt to William Preston for £7 13s. 

Aug. 17 6d. in full of John and James M c Neal's pay and 

6QQ173 for horse hire due to Neal M c Neal. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Carpenter, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £9 Bs, 

Aug. 18 in full of his own, Joseph Carpenter, and John 

6QQ174 Sholler's pay in Preston's company. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Mound[?], John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 Is. 

Aug. 18 on his own account, £3 Is. on account of Solomon 

Carpenter, £3 16s. 6d. on account of Peter 

6QQ174 Wright, and 21s. on account of Thomas Fitzpat- 

rick. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Tosh, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for 30s. for 

Aug. 18 labor at Fort Amherst, 29s. on Colonel Maury's 

account, and 30s. on account of John Mason. D. 
6QQ175 S. 1 p. 

1759 Thompson, Edward. Receipt to William Preston for £2 

Aug. 19 13s. in full of all accounts. Signed by mark. 

6QQ175 Ip. 

1759 Scott, John. Receipt to William Preston for note to Ed- 

Aug. 21 ward Hinds for 53s. and lis. in cash. Witnessed 

6QQ176 by Mary Preston. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1759 Robinson, David. Letter to Col. William Preston. Letter 

Aug. 22 of farewell on his departure from Augusta Coun- 

ty for South Carolina. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
2QQ24, 25 David Robinson friendly letter Aug*. 22 nd 1759. 

1759 Tencher, Samuel. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. 

Aug. 22 for Francis Tencher 's pay and in full of all ac- 

6QQ176 counts. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Crank, John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 Is. in 

Sept. 4 full of his pay and of all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ177 

1759 M c Elwrath, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 14s. 

Sept. 18 for his service as a soldier and in full of all ac- 

counts. Witnessed by John Brown. Signed by 
6QQ177 mark. 1 p. 

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1759 Rutltedge, William. Receipt to William Preston for £5 

Sept. 26 16s. 3d. in full of Patrick Mathew's pay until he 

6QQ178 deserted. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Simms, Charles. Eeceipt to William Preston for £11 5s. 

Sept. 27 in full of an order on Preston from David Long 

6QQ178 to Robert Simms. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Buchanan, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for 

Sept. 29 £2 Is. 6d. on account of Nicholas Smith. D. S. 

6QQ179 1 p. 

1759 Cummings, Josiah. Receipt to William Preston for £3 16s. 

Oct. 3 in full of his pay as corporal and all accounts 

6QQ180 whatsoever. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 Hughes, John. Receipt to William Preston for £21s. Id. 

Oct. 4 in full of Thomas Burgess' pay. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ179 

1759 Purviance, William. Receipt to William Preston for 21s. 

Oct. 8 on account of John Crank and Edward Thomp- 

6QQ180 son. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 M c Kown, John. Receipt to William Preston for £3 4s. on 

Oct. 9 the order of John Bendy. Witnessed by Thomas 

6QQ181 Lloyd. D. S. 1 p. 

1759 M c Ko[wn], Joseph. Receipt to William Preston for £2 7s. 

Oct. 9 in full of his pay and all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ181 

1759 Fauquier, Lieut-Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 

Oct. 18 mission to John Buchanan as collector of the 

duty on skins and furs exported by land in the 

2QQ26 county of Augusta. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col 

Buchanan. 

1759 Johnston, Erwaker. Receipt to William Preston for £3 

Nov. 21 75. 3d in full of his son, Thomas' pay. D. S. 

6QQ182 1 p. 

1759 Gwin Sr., Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 85. for 

Nov. 22 eight days' work at Fort Amherst by his son, 

Robert. Witnessed by Archibald Alexander. 
6QQ182 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

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1759 Hart, Silas. Receipt to William Preston for £1 175. 9d. in 

Nov. 23 full of John Lynn's pay. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ183 

1759 Knox, Robert. Receipt to William Preston for 27s. on ac- 

Nov. 23 count of Peter Atkins. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ183 

1759 Martin, James. Receipt to William Preston for £3 5s. in 

Nov. 26 full of his pay and all accounts. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ184 

1759 Allcorn, James. Receipt to William Preston for £3 3s. in 

Dec. 3 full of his pay until May 2, 1759. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ184 

[1759] M c Nabb, William. Receipt to William Preston for £2 7s. 
being the balance due his son, Samuel M c Nabb. 
6QQ158 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

[1759] Moffett, George. Receipt to William Preston for £21 6s~ 
6QQ165 on account of Thomas Davies. D. S. 1 p. 

[1759] Sleeker, Luderich. Receipt to William Preston for £6 2sv 
in full of his own and his son's pay; also 6s. on 

6QQ163 account of Hugh Miller, and 6s. on account of 

Samuel M c Nabb. D. S. 1 p. 

1760 Davies, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for £2 9s. in 

Jan. 22 full of all accounts. Witnessed by Benjamin 

6QQ184 Estill. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1760 Adams, James. Philadelphia. Letter to Capt. William 

Feb. 22 Preston, Augusta [County], Va. A reward of- 

fered for the apprehension of persons concerned 

2QQ27 in, murder of Indians in the province [Pennsyl- 

vania] ; Davis to be informed of his wife's 
improved health. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
James Adams, Winter. 

1760 Gredie, John. Receipt to William Preston for 45s. in full 

Feb. 25 of his pay. Witnessed by William Thompson. 

6QQ185 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1760 M c Clellan, John. Receipt to William Preston for £2 13s. 

Feb. 25 9d. in full of his pay and all accounts. Witnessed 

6QQ185 by Uriah Akers. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

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1760 Hicklin, Thomas. Receipt to William Preston for 31s. 

May 21 in full of John Smith's pay as a soldier in his 

6QQ186 company. D. S. 1 p. 

1760 Miller, Andrew. Receipt to William Preston for 15s. 10<Z. 

May 23 received from the treasurer on account of his 

6QQ186 father, John Miller. D. S. 1 p. 

1760 Fauquier, Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

June 24 [William] Preston, Augusta [County, Va.] Re- 

fuses to grant, without consent of the Council, 

2QQ28, 29 the petition of inhabitants of Augusta County 

for militia protection against the Indians ; claims 
that their fears are unreasonable, and upbraids 
them for talking of abandoning their settle- 
ments. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Francis 
Fauquier. 

1760 Buchanan, John. "An acct of Beeves Slaughtred at 

Aug. 2- James River and Delivered out, to wagoners, 

Nov. 5 Pak horsemen, & Soldiers, in the Countrys Serv- 

ice, Since the Second of August Last till y e 
2QQ30 5 Novbr." D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: An acct of 

Beeves Slaughterd at James River pr ord r of the 
Contractor. Settled for J. B. 

1760 Lewis, Thomas. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to [William 

Aug. 17 Preston] . Financial matters ; Indian boundaries ; 

Andrew [Lewis] to meet the Cherokee at the 

2QQ105 mines, and fix boundary between them and the 

colony; opportunity for surveying when the 
southern limit is fixed ; late disturbances at Bos- 
ton. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Tho s . Lewis's 
Letter Aug'. 17 th . 1768. 

1760 Sayers, Alexander, Wagonmaster. Dunkard Bottom. Cer- 
Aug. 30 tificate of discharge to James Robertson, driver 

of William Preston's wagon. On the reverse is 
2QQ30 Robertson's receipt for his pay, dated Apr. 29, 

1761. D. S. 1 p. 

1761 Byrd, Bevill. Receipt to William Preston for £2 18s. 6<J. 
May 27 for service as a soldier in his company of 

.6QQ186 rangers. D. S. 1 p. 

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1761 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston. His 

Aug. 6 visit postponed by the coming of Doctor Walker 

on business of some consequence; congratula- 

2QQ31 tions on Preston's marriage. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: Thomas Lewis Letter. 

1761 Fauquier, Lieut.-Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, Va. Com- 

Sept. 4 mission to John Buchanan as sheriff of Augusta 

County. Printed form filled in; signed. 1 p. 
2QQ32 Endorsed: Buchanan's [commission 

1761 Rodgers, George. Receipt to William Preston for 9s. for 

Oct. 23 nine days' work at Fort Amherst and in full of 

6QQ101 all accounts to date. D. S. 1 p. 

IV 61 Randolph, John. Letter to [Andrew Hayes, Augusta 

Nov. 3 County, Va.] Referring to petition brought 

against Nelson for his land, states that he has 
2QQ33 obtained a certificate in his [Hayes's] favor; 

and that a patent will be granted him. A. L. S. 

lp. 

1761 Ward, W. Receipt to William Preston for £2 10s. received 

Nov. 4 from the treasurer on his account. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ145 

1761 Robinson, David. Boston. Letter to Col. William Pres- 

Nov. 5 ton, Augusta County, Va. Left Philadelphia 

Oct. 10 and encountered a hurricane off Mar- 

2QQ34^36 tin's [Martha's] Vineyard; encloses papers re- 

lating to Colonel M c Nutt; his expected appoint- 
ment as Governor of Nova Scotia; the Devil and 
the Pope burned in effigy; procession through 
the streets of Boston; messages to Craig, Colonel 
Buchanan, and Hugart. A. L. S. 3 pp. En- 
dorsed: David Robinson. 

1761 Todd, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Augusta 

Dec. 4 [County, Va.] Asking that Miller's work on 

Psalmody, which was to be left in Preston's care 

2QQ37 be sent him by Black ; and inquiring about Wad- 

dell and Brown. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
Jn° Todd. 

1762-67 [Preston, William. ] Account-book showing names of 
Dec. 28 people for whom he made surveys, his charges 

July 25 therefor, and in some instances the location of 

2QQ62-90 land. A. D. 29 pp. 

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1763 [Robinson, David.] Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Mar. 21 Greenfield, Roanoke. Relating to his quest for 

wealth; the philosophy of Epictetus; his pro- 

2QQ39-41 posed journey to Staunton, thence to Winches- 

ter, Fort Cumberland, the Cow Pasture, Phila- 
delphia or Pittsburgh; reference to Walker's 
cargo; the collection of a debt. A. L. Signed 
"A Peripatetick". Endorsed: 1763. 

1763 Fauquier, Francis. Williamsburg, [VaJ Letter to Col. 

July 24 William Preston, Augusta [County, Va.] Meas- 

ures for defense of the county; Colonel Calla- 

2QQ42 way to furnish the militia demanded of him; a 

meeting of the Council called for August 1 ; ref- 
erence to his letter to Colonel Buchanan. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Fran 5 . Fauquier July 23 rd 1763. 

1763 Ingles, William. Fort Hope. Letter to Col. William 
Sept. 13 Preston, Greenfield. Informs of his attack on 

party of Indians on their return from Smith 
2QQ43 River; hopes to encounter another party said to 

have gone down the "Meho" River; would like 
to continue at his present post; could be of great 
service to the settlements; Colonel Phelps's re- 
fusal to obey orders ; would not send any of his 
men with Cloyd. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: W m 
Ingles. 

1764 Robinson, David. Fort Lookout. Letter to [William 
Feb. 18 Thompson, Springfield] . Will try to supply 

him with provisions on Captain Saver's return 
2QQ44 from the mines ; has been some time in Bedford 

adjusting "our accompts"; referring to his 
[Thompson's] late misfortune, he states that 
Colonel Buchanan is. going to London to redress 
his grievances, and that Colonel Preston will at- 
tempt the same embassy for him [Thompson] ; 
loss of Dunkard Bottom. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: David Robinson. 

1764 Lewis, Andrew. Letter to [William Preston]. Author- 

Apr. 4 ized by the governor to employ 450 men for the 

defense of the frontier; instructions concerning 

2QQ46-48 disposition of the troops, ammunition and pro- 

visions; Darr's petition; detention of Cloyd 's 

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money. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Tho s . [sic] 
Lewis Letter. 

1764 Christian, Capt. William. Pay-roll of his company of mil- 

Apr. 6- itia. Contemporary copy. 4 pp. Endorsed: 

Sept. 6 Cap*. Christians Roll to be taken to W ms burg 

2QQ52-55 and compared with the original Roll. 

1764 Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Roa- 

[June] 8 noke, [Va.] The Indians likely to carry on the 

war during the summer with boldness; Captain 

2QQ49 Lewis overtook those who killed the people at 

the Cow Pasture, killed one Frenchman and res- 
cued seven prisoners, among them Elijah M c - 
Clanahan; asks advice concerning safety of his 
mother; John Trimble and Finley the only set- 
tlers beyond her. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
R d J n Brown. 

1764 Hog, Peter. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 15 Preston, Greenfield. Relating to claims of the 

widow of Tasker Tosh for his pay ; his intended 
2QQ56, 57 journey to Richmond in October or November. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Peter Hog 1764. 

1764 Lewis, Andrew. Letter to Col. William Preston, Roanoke. 

Dec. 20 Concerning the discharge of men following 

Bouquet's treaty, the surrender of prisoners, 
2QQ58, 59 and disposition of hostages ; illness of M c Neill. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : A. Lewis. 

1764 Robinson, David. Certificate of discharge to William 

Dec. 27 Hays a soldier in his company, showing an 

amount of £3 17s. including bounty, due him. 

2QQ60 On the reverse is Hays's receipt to Thomas 

Barnes for the amount of the certificate, dated 
June 7, 1765; also Barnes's receipt to William 
Preston. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: W m Hays 
£3-17-0 p d - to Tho s . Barnes by W. P. 

[1764] Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston] . News of the 
Indian war; advisability of moving his mother 

2QQ50, 51 to a place of safety. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 

Jn° Brown. 

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Lewis, [Andrew], Letter to Col. William Preston, Roa- 
23 noke. Disposition of the country's stores; Cap- 

tains ordered to call musters for the signing of a 
paper to secure pay of the spies; Charles Lock- 
hart and Matthew Arbuckle to scout on east side 
of New River; Preston to order two good men 
down the west side of the river. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: An d Lewis. 

1765 Estill, Benjamin. Letter to Col. William Preston. Con- 

Mar. 24 cerning settlement of business matters ; has dis- 

missed his suit against Carvin; would like to buy 
2QQ92 a plantation in Preston's neighborhood. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Ben Estill. 

1765 Buchanan^ John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Green- 

Apr. 23 field. Is prevented by illness from making the 

promised visit; wishes him a safe journey and 

2QQ93 tenders his services during his [Preston's] ab- 

sence. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : John Buchanan.- 

1765 Breckinridge, Col. Robert. Letter to [William Preston?] 

May 31 Receipt of letter by Colonel Buchanan; sorry to 

hear that taxes are being raised; collection of 

2QQ94 money from James Trimble; Cherokee killed 

near Staunton; family affairs; sends his com- 
pliments to Captain Smith. P. S. June 2, 1765. 
Requests the purchase of woolen goods. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Col. R Breckenridge. 

1765 Lewis, John. Receipt to Capt. William Christian for his 
Nov. 16 pay as lieutenant in Christian's company of 

militia at Roanoke. Witnessed by William 
2QQ94 Bowyer. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r . John 

Lewis Recp*. for his pay from Cap* W m . 
Christian. 

1766 Bledsoe, Anthony. Receipt to William Preston for £5 9s. 
Feb. 5 9dL on account of James Davies. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ187 

1766 Boyd, Alexander. Receipt to William Preston for £3 lis. 

Feb. 5 Id. for provisions. D. S. 1 p. 

6QQ187 

1766 Robinson, David. Certificate to James Robertson stating 

Feb. 5 that he served as lieutenant in his company. 

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A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Lieu*. Robertsons 
2QQ95 Certificate £37-9-0 paid by W. P. 

1766 Cary, Col. Archibald. Letter to Col. [William] Preston. 

May 14 Solicits his vote in behalf of Peyton Randolph 

as speaker of the house of burgesses [of Vir- 

2QQ95, 96 ginia]. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col . Carys 

Letter about a speaker. 

1766 Nicholas, Ro[bert C] Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

May 21 Col. William Preston, Augusta County, [Va.] 

His appointment to succeed Robinson as treas- 

2QQ97 urer; division of the offices of speaker and treas- 

urer. A. L. Signature cut away. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: M r Nicholas Letter 1766. 

1766 Brigham, James and David Looney. Fort Chiswell. Let- 
Dec. 26 ter to William Thompson, Back Creek. Financial 

matters in which Looney and Henry Harmon 

2QQ98 are involved. Witnessed by Anthony Bledsoe. 

L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Letter Brigham Looney. 

1767 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston]. Concern- 
Feb. 24 ing petitions for the division of the county. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Lewis's Letter 
2QQ100 Feb*-. 1767. 

1767 Lewis, Andrew. Augusta [County, Va.] Letter to 

Mar. 19 [William Preston]. Surveys; encloses plats, 

rights, and money; division of the county; his 

2QQ101, 102 desire to obtain a surveyor's place on the fron- 

tier from the president and masters of the col- 
lege ; order for 5000 acres of land. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Endorsed: Col . Lewis's Letter March 
1767 to me at W^burg. 

1767 Woods, Richard. Receipt to Col. William Preston for £10. 
May 19 A. D. S. 1 p. 

2QQ100 

1768 Pendleton, Col. Edmund. Letter to [William Preston]. 
Feb. 6 Legal matters; Cloyd's suit; Hawkins' petition 

against Switchard ; affairs of the lead mine ; has 

2QQ103, 104 scarcely an acquaintance among masters of the 

college, but will write to Blair in his behalf; 

the assembly to meet March 31 to consider the 

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remittance of taxes. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed ; 
Col°. Pendletons Letter Friendly. 

1769 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to Col. "William Preston. Andrew 

Jan. 14 [Lewis] at Williamsburg ; went thence to* 

Charleston and expects to go to Cherokee 

2QQ106 country to adjust matters concerning treaty 

with the Indians ; the Council will not renew nor 
give new grants for land until they receive in- 
structions ; surveying on New River ; would not 
go farther than the mines or Reed Creek. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Lewis's Letter rel- 
ative to surveys on y e Western Waters in 1769. 

1769 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to [William Preston], Asking 

Feb. 4 advice in regard to his difficulties with Howard. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r Arthur Camp- 

2QQ107, 108 bell's Letter about his Difference with M r 

Howard 1769. 

1769 Robinson, Capt. David. Fairfield. Letter to Col. William 

May 1 Preston, Greenfield. Officers of ranging com- 

panies entitled to bounty lands; requests him 

2QQ109-111 to petition governor and council in their behalf; 

Rind to stop sending him the newspaper; his 
bond taken out of Boyd's hands; difficulty in 
raising cash. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Cap* 
Robinson's Letter May 1 st , 1769. 

1769 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston] . The pros- 

May 13 pects of his [Preston's] obtaining appointment 

[as surveyor] from the president and masters of 

2QQ112, 113 the college ; conversation with Doctor Walker 

about the division of the county; personal mat- 
ters. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : M r Tho s Lewis's 
Lett r - May 13 th , 1769. 

1769 Robertson, Capt. James. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Oct. 14 Greenfield. Encloses two plats, and asks that 

the land be secured for him. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
2QQ114 Endorsed : Cap* Robertsons Letter Inclosing* 

Plans which I have Returned accordingly 1769. 

Cap* Robertsons Plans — no money. 

[cl769] New River, Augusta County, [Va.] Inhabitants. Peti- 
2QQ115 tion to the house of burgesses praying that they 

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be exempted from the payment of levies and 
taxes for a few years longer; and that they be 
added to the new county should Augusta be di- 
vided. Draft. 1 p. 

Thomas. Letter to [William Preston, Augusta 
County, Va.] Paid £98 5s. 6d. on account of 
the Horse Shoe Bottom; purchase from Bright; 
memorial to the governor requesting that the 
line between Carolina and Virginia be continued 
to the Ohio; encloses paper for signatures of 
people on the frontier, endorsing his conduct; 
sent copies to Captain Ingles, Doack, and 
Arthur Campbell; legal matters. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1770 Robinson, Capt. David. Fairfield. Letter to Wfilliam] 

Aug. 13 P[reston]. Asking help for the bearer [his 

brother, John Eobinson] who is about to be im- 

2QQ118 prisoned for a debt of £60. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: Cap* David Robinsons Letter about his 
Brother John, and Indemnification I went Se- 
curity W. P. 1770. 

1770 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. The trial of 

Dec. 12 his suit against Miller postponed until the 

March court; the welfare of Presbyterianism 

2QQ119 involved; jurisdiction of the Toleration Act; 

death of Whitefield near Boston. P. S. dated 
Dec. 13. Conversation with Jefferson concern- 
ing his action against Miller. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed: M r Browns Letter ab* Millers Liti- 
gious Suit. 1770. 

1770 Robinson, Capt. David. Fairfield. Letter to [William 

Dec. 21 Preston]. Declines invitation; requests that 

he enter 200 acres "upon the Head of the 
2QQ121 Branch that runs by my House". A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Cap 1 Robinsons Letter Dec r . 

1770. 

1770 Moffett, Capt. George. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Calls upon him as one of Col. John Buchanan's 

2QQ122 executors to replace a counterfeit £5 bill given 

to John Moffett by Buchanan in payment for 
land. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap*. Mof- 



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fetts Letter ab*. his Brothers claim ag fc . Col*. 
Buchanans Estate 1770. 

1771 [?] Brown, John. N[ew] Providence. Letter to [William 

Mar. 5 Preston]. Hopes to see him at March court 

when he has many things of importance to re- 

2QQ123 late; fears that his letters are inspected; longs 

to see an end of his suit [against Miller] ; visit 
to Father Craig; Capt. Andrew Hayes wishes- 
to know whether Smith got the money from 
Colonel Randall. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
M r Browns Letter March 5 th 1771. 

1771 Lewis, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Introducing 

Mat 5 John Todd, a lawyer. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: M r John Lewis's Letter 5 th May 1771 
2QQ124 in favour of M r Jn°. Todd. 

1771 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to [William Preston] . Sur~ 

May 27 veying on the frontier ; refers to Doack for infor- 

mation about recent grant; Colonel Donelson 

2QQ125 running the ministerial line; opposition among 

the settlers; the writer's opinion in regard to 
ejectment from land. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Doct r Walkers Letter May 1771. 

1771 Logan, Benjamin. Letter to Col. William Preston, Bote- 

Oct. 11 tourt [County, Va.] Agreeing to buy Pendle- 

ton's land on Beaver Creek at the price asked; 

2QQ127 Dove living on the land; the first improvement 

made by John Jones. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Ben Logans Letter ab* Col Pendletons Land 
1771. 

1771 Doack, Robert. Mr. Howard's. Letter to Col. William 

Nov. 20 Preston. Has divided and sold Colonel Pen- 

dleton's land on Renfro's Creek, and has exam- 

2QQ128 ined lines of Logan's land on Shallow Creek; 

Colonel Lewis to be a candidate at the next 
election; people on Holston very uneasy about 
their lands; Philip Dutton on Cripple Creek 
wishes to know price of his land. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: M r Doacks Letter Nov r . 1771 ah*. 
Col Pendletons & other Lands. 

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1771 [?] Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Concern- 
Nov. 26 ing purchase of land on New River, Reed 

Creek, or Holston for his youngest sons; has 
2QQ129 given up any thought of Samuel Buchanan's 

place; election of burgesses on Dec. 6; Willson, 
Lewis, and M c Dowell, the candidates ; his 
nephew from Ireland at Mash Creek; Irwin 
and Waddell mentioned. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: M r Browns Letter ab fc . Land Nov r . 
1771. 

1772 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Family 
Jan. 20 news; thinks Hay's boy will not answer his 

[Preston's] purpose. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
2QQ130 M r Browns Letter ab*. M r Hays Serv*- Jan* 

1772. 

1772 Todd, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Botetourt 

Jan. 30 [County, Va.] Concerning the ministry of 

Botetourt County; Irwin's refusal of same; 
2QQ131,132 recommending his nephew [John Todd] to his 

care; the affair with Cloyd. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: Rev. Mr. Todds Letter. 

1772 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Instructs 

Mar. 18 him to purchase land; death of his infant son; 

his ill health and Howard's late proceedings. 

2QQ133,134 A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r Brown's Letter 

March 17 th 1772. 

1772 Lewis, Col. Andrew. Letter to Col. William Preston. In- 

Aug. 20 quiring about Colonel Breckinridge's health 

and recommending that the land affair between 

2QQ135 him and themselves be settled. A. L. S. 1 p. 

Endorsed: Col . Lewis's Lett* Sep r . 1772. 

1772 Brown, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Green- 

Oct. 3 field. As to the character of one John M c - 

Clain, a minister; extract from Roan's letter in 
2QQ136 regard thereto. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r 

Browns Letter Oct r 3 d . 1772. 

1772 Doack, Capt. Robert. Mr. Howard's. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Oct. 28 liam Preston, Botetourt [County, Va.] Pay- 

ments to Buchanan and Hornsby; Hornsby's 
2QQ137 refusal to accept Maryland dollars ; news about 

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surveys; has not yet received his commission; 
a colony established on the Ohio; seat of gov- 
ernment at mouth of New River; Fincastle 
court-house located at the lead mines. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed : Cap*. Doacks Letter Oct r . 1772. 

1772 Callaway, Capt. James. Letter to [William Preston]. 

Nov. 10 Will pay balance of William Woolridge's debt 

for land; asks that Townsend's bond be dis- 
2QQ140 counted. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap*. Ja s 

Callaways Letter Nov r . 1772. 

1772 Byrd, Col. William. Westover. Letter to [William Pres- 
Nov. 16 ton]. Inquiring about title to land on which 

the court-house [of Fincastle County] is to be 
2QQ138,139 built; wishes to purchase land adjoining the 

lead mines. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col 
Byrds Letter 1772. 

1773 Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. William Preston, 
Jan. 13 Greenfield. Transmitting money for books; 

busily occupied in overseeing the school, and 
2QQ141 visiting his congregation; will instruct Edmond- 

son in divinity; M c Clain and Beard character- 
ized; unable to procure a Greek grammar for 
his cousins. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: R d J° 
Brown. 

1773 Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Mar. 6 Greenfield. Family news; sends money by 

Charles Campbell; no sale for Adams' books; 

2QQ144 proposed trip to Potts 's Creek to secure land 

there; probable that Waddell will settle at 
Winchester. A. L. S. 1 p. On the reverse is 
a memorandum by Preston of money received 
from Brown, March 10, 1773, and sent to James 
Buchanan at Richmond. Endorsed : Rev d 
Browns letter 1783 [sic]. 

1773 Lynch, Charles. Bedford. Letter to [William Pres- 

Mar. 23 ton]. Action of the governor and council on 

his petition relating to surveying of land. 
2QQ142, 143 A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1773 Walker, Dr. Thomas. New London. Letter to [William 

Apr. 30 Preston]. Is assured by Arthur Campbell that 

2QQ145 nothing has been done relative to surveying on 

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western waters; Lynch 's land on Roanoke. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Doct r . Walker's Lett r 
30 th Ap 1773. 

1773 Camm, John, and T[homas] Gwatkon, S[amuel] Henley, 

May 20 and James Madison, president and masters of 

William and Mary College. Certificate of ap- 

2QQ146 pointment to William Thompson as assistant 

surveyor to William Preston, surveyor of Fin- 
castle County. Contemporary copy. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Col W m Thompson's Deputation. 

1773 [Douglas, James.] Plat and field notes of survey of 

Aug. 2 land for Capt. Walter Stewart. Signature cut 

2QQ147, 148 away. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap*. Stewart 8 Plot. 

1773 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Death of 

Aug. 23 Smith's son; illness of his own son; intended 

tour through Jackson's country and Potts 'a 
2QQ149, 150 Creek; got only to Carr's Creek; probably will 

not go to Reed Creek; ecclesiastical affairs; 

disturbed about his quitrents. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: M r Browns Letter Aug*. 1773. 

1773 Trigg, Stephen. Receipt to Thompson for £9 lis. lid. 

Oct. 11 Copy by Draper. 1 p. 

2QQ145 

1773 Byrd, Col. William. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

Nov. 6 Ham Preston], surveyor of Fincastle [County, 

Va.] Asks him to follow instructions given 

2QQ151 John Madison Jr. in surveying lands to which 

he [Byrd] is entitled under the king's procla- 
mation. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col°. Byrds 
Letter. 

1773 Dunmore, [John] . Land warrant to Capt. William Flem- 

Nov. 6 ing for 3000 acres of land in Fincastle County, 

in return for service in the Second Virginia Reg- 

2QQ151 iment. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap 1 Flemings 

Warrent Surveyed by John Floyd & the Plan 
made out. W. P. Nov r . 22 d . 1773. 

1773 Lewis, Col. Andrew. Richfield. Letter to [William 

Nov. 23 Preston]. Urges [Preston] to accompany him 

2QQ153, 154 [to Williamsburg] to aid the rangers in secur- 

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ing their claims ; petition of the Greenbrier 
people. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col . Lewis's 
Letter Nov r . 1773. 

1773 Dunmore, [John]. Williamsburg, [Va.] Land warrant 

Nov. 27 to Hugh Allen for 2000 acres of land in Fin- 

castle County. D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. 

2QQ152 Note by Draper giving date of Allen's death. 

Endorsed: Hugh Allen's Warrant 2000 acres 
Lodged 16 th May 1774. 

1773 Dunmore, [John] . Williamsburg, [Va.] Land warrant 

Dec. 4 to Capt. Thomas Fleming for 3000 acres of land 

2QQ156 in Fincastle County. Copy by Draper. 1 p. 

1773 Robertson, Capt. James. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Dec. 4 Williamsburg, [Va.] Trouble among the set- 

tlers with respect to their right to lands which 

2QQ155 they have improved; hopes Preston and Colonel 

Lewis will succeed in their mission to Williams- 
burg,- popular indignation against Billy Chris- 
tian. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Robert- 
sons Letter Dec r 1773. 

1773 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Dec. 15 surveyor of Botetourt. Instructs him to sur- 

vey such lands as are settled within limits of 

2QQ157 grant made to the Loyal Land Company; ad- 

justment of disputes. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Doct r . Walker's Instructions to Survey. 

1773 Dunmore, [John] . Williamsburg, [ Va.] Land warrant 

Dec. 16 to Samuel [Edmondson] for 200 acres of land 

in Fincastle County in return for service as 

2QQ156 sergeant in the late war. D. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: Sam el . Edmonson 200 acres. 

1773 Dunmore, [John]. Williamsburg, [Va.] Land warrant 

Dec. 16 to William Edmondson for 2000 acres of land 

in Fincastle County in return for service as en- 

2QQ158 sign in the late war. D. S. 1 p. Seal at- 

tached. Endorsed: W m . Edmiston Warrant 
2000 Acres. 

1773 [Dunmore, John.] Land warrant to John Dickinson for 

Dec. 17 3000 acres of land in Fincastle County for serv- 

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ice as a captain. 1 p. Signature cut away. 
2QQ158 Seal attached. Endorsed : John Dickinson. 

1773 Peachey, Col. William. Eichmond County. Letter to 

Dec. 19 Col. William Preston, Fincastle County, [Va.] 

The bearer, Hancock Taylor, to point out lo-- 

2QQ158 cation of his [Peachey 's] claim, which Preston 

is instructed to survey; sends governor's war- 
rant. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col°. Peachy s 
Letter. 

1773 Dunmore, [John] . Williamsburg, [Va.] Land warrant 
Dec. 31 to Holt Richardson for 2000 acres of land in 

Fincastle County; assignment of interest in 
2QQ159 same to Samuel M c Dowell, June 24, 1775. D. S„ 

1 p. Seal attached. Endorsed: Sam el M c DowelI 
assignee of Richeson 2000 Acres. 

1774 Mercer, Hugh. Letter to [William Preston]. Western 
Jan. 8 surveys; Indian depredations; Russell killed.. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: H. Mercers Letter 

3QQ1 8 th Jany 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg,. 

Dunmore' s War (Madison, Wis. 1905), pp. 1, 2. 

1774 Wood, John. Letter to William Thompson. Giving no- 

Jan. 18 tice that the heirs of James Wood will appear 

at the Fincastle County Court in March to ar- 

3QQ3 bitrate the matter of the division of a grant of 

land obtained by Wood, Colonel Patton, and 
others. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : John Wood. 

1774 Wood, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Giving no- 

Jan. 21 tice that the heirs of James Wood will appear 

at the Fincastle County Court in March to ar- 

3QQ4 bitrate the matter of the division of a grant of 

land obtained by Wood, Colonel Patton, and 
others. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r . Wood's 
Letter giving notice to Col Pattons Ex rs . to 
appear Fincastle Court. I went on Purpose to 
meet him but he did not come March 1774. 

1774 Dunmore, [John]. Land warrant to Andrew Boyd, heir 

Jan. 29 of Alexander Boyd, for 2000 acres in Fincastle 

County, [Va.] D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. En- 

3QQ5 dorsed: And w Boyd 2000. Ap. 6 th 1774 Sur- 

veyed by John Floyd & the Plan made out W. P. 

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1774 Smith, Capt. Daniel. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Jan. 31 Fincastle [Qounty, Va.] Accepts offer to run 

western line jointly with Captain Doack; will 

3QQ2 take pleasure in doing it" as Doctor Walker de- 

sires ; unwilling to spend the whole summer on 
the Ohio; proposes to begin, the survey in 
March. A. L. .S> 1 p. Endorsed: Cap Dan el 
Smith's Letter Jany. 31 st . 1774. 

1774 Dunmore, [John], Williamsburg, [Va.] Land warrant 

.Feb. 5 to Angus M c Donald for 2000 acres in Fincastle" 

County. D. S. 1 p. Seal -attached. Endorsed: 
3QQ6 Angus M c Donald 2000 Acres come to Hand y e 

16 th of May 1774. ; 

1774 Dunmore, [John] . Williamsburg, [ Va.] Land warrant 

Feb. 12 to Zachary Taylor for 200 acres of land in Fin- 

castle County, in return for military service; 

3QQ7 assignment of interest in same fo Hancock Tay- 

lor. D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. Endorsed: 
Zach Taylor ass d - to Hancock Taylor War- 
rant 200. 

1774 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Receipt of 

Feb. 18 books; regrets .his [Preston's] ill health; scar- 

city of money; fears he will be unable to make 

3QQ8 payment on his land for a long while; his 

school flourishing; William and James Breckin- 
ridge doing well; advantages of an education; 
inquiry as to balance due on Reed Creek land. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Brown's Letter 
Feb^. 18 th . 1774. not answered. 

1774 Dunmore, [John]. Land warrant to Joseph .Bickley for 

Feb. 25 2000 acres in Fincastle County, [Va.] D. S. 

1 p. Seal attached. Endorsed: Joseph Bickly 
3QQ9 2000. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Memorandum to the surveyor of Fin- 

Mar. 1 castle County, [Va.] of lands to be entered for 

Henry Harrison, Colonel Byrd and himself. 

3QQ10 A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Mem os . of Entrys 

Dandridge, Christian & Campbell. 

1774 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to Lewis, Augusta 

Mar. 1 [County, Va.] Hopes to be at his house by 17th 

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inst. ; recommends Rutherford, who waits on 
3QQ10 him with sundry warrants, as a surveyor; 

would like Doack or Smith to attend to busi- 
ness matters. Copy by Draper. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: D r Walker's letter. 

1774 Dunmore, [John]. Land warrant to Theodosius M c Donald 

Mar. 5 for 2000 acres in Fincastle County, [Va.] in re- 

turn for service as ensign in the Second Vir- 

3QQ11 ginia Regiment. Daniel M c Donald desirous of 

locating same. D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. 
Endorsed : A Warrant for Theodosius M c Donald 
2000 acres. 

1774 Winston, JMmund. Letter to Col. William Preston, sur- 

Mar. 13 veyor of Fincastle County, [Va.] Has au- 

thorized William Henry to enter for him 2000 

3QQ12 acres of land to which he is entitled through 

his father's service as lieutenant of Captair^ 
Overton's company of rangers. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: E Winston Letter to Col Preston. 

1774 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston. Record- 

Mar. 15 ing of surveys; officers' warrants; his refusal 

to sign surveys made by Crawford who ob- 

3QQ13 tained an assistant's commission through Col- 

onel Washington; refers to Doctor Walker for 
information. Auto, draft. 1 p. Endorsed: 
M r Tho R Lewis's Letter March 15 th 1774. 

1774 Robertson, Capt. James. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

I\Iar. 21 Fincastle [County, Va.] Just returned from 

Roanoke; sorry for his loss of negro boy; 

3QQ14 obliged for commission; his captain's commis- 

sion dated Jan. 25, 1765. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Cap*. Robertson's Letter March 21 st 
1774. 

1774 Smith, Capt. Daniel. Castle's Woods. Letter to Col. 

Mar. 22 William Preston, Smithfield. Indian alarms; 

flight of the settlers to Holston; survey of 
3QQ15 Lynch 's mill site; journey to Rye Coves; money 

scarce. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Cap* D. 

Smith's Letter. March 1774. Printed : 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dimmore's War, pp. 2, 3. 

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1774 Dunmore, [John]. [Virginia.] Land warrant to James 

Mar. 29 McDowell for 2000 acres in Fincastle County. 

D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. Endorsed: Ja s . 
3QQ16 McDowell's Warr*. 2000 Acres. 

1774 Dunmore, [John], [Virginia.] Land warrant to George 

Mar. 29 Moffett for 2000 acres in Fincastle County. 

D. S. 1 p. Seal attached. Endorsed: George 
3QQ16 Moffetts Warr 4 . for 2000 Acres. 

1774 Cloyd, Capt. Joseph. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Apr. 4 Sends list of the men in his company, and asks 

that the dividing line in territory, from which he 

3QQ17 and Trigg are to draw their men, be determined. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Cloyds Lett r 
& Muster Eoll 4 th Ap. 1774. 94 men. 

1774 Russell, Capt. William. Instructions to Richard Stan- 

Apr. 15 ton, Edward Sharpe, Ephraim Drake, and Wil- 

liam Harrel, scouts. Ordered to Powell's Val- 

3QQ18 ley to look for Indian signs; should no Indians 

be discovered they are to locate the Cherokee 
boundary; hostilities to be avoided. A. D. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Russells Instructions to 
the Scouts. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dimmore's War, pp. 4r-6. 

1774 Floyd, John (Jack). Little Guyandot. Letter to Col. 

Apr. 26 William Preston, Fincastle [County, Ya.] En- 

closes three land warrants; Indian depreda- 

3QQ19, 20 tions ; Thomas Glenn, Lawrence Darnell, and 

William Nash ordered off the river; George 
Croghan's instructions to Indians; skirmish at 
mouth of Beaver Creek ; enclosed Colonel Wash- 
ington 'splat in recent letter; asks " which river 
is the line to the Ohio". A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: M r Floyd & M r Dandridge's Letters. 

1774 Blair, John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. Wil- 

May 3 liam Preston, surveyor of Fincastle. Instruc- 

tions from the governor and council concerning 

3QQ21 Capt. Thomas Bullitt's surveys in Fincastle 

County. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Order of 
Council ab* Cap* Bullets Surveys. 

1774 Bullitt, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston]. Sub- 

[May] 4 mitting sundry plats of his surveys with in- 

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formation in regard thereto; enclosing letter 
3QQ22 from Blair, clerk of the council; and mention- 

ing the expected coming of Colonel Washington 
to look after lands. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Tho s Bullet about Surveys 1774. 

1774 Russell, William. Letter to [William Preston]. Evacu- 

May 7 ation of plantations on Clinch River; return of 

scouts ; encloses copy of his instructions to them 

3QQ23 and their report, the latter to be laid before 

the assembly; the Cherokee and Virginia 
boundary; application for land warrant. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap*. Russell's Let- 
ter 1 th May 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 19-22. 

1774 P[reston], W[illiam]. Fincastle [County, Va.] Letter 

May 14 to Col. [William] Byrd. Opposing division of 

Fincastle County. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. 
3QQ24 Endorsed: Copy of a Letter to Col - Byrd. 

1774 [Preston, William.] Letter to Col. [Edmund] Pendle- 

[May 14] ton. Acknowledges justice of claim against 

estates of Col. James Patton and Colonel Bu- 

3QQ25 chanan, and sends certain funds by Patrick 

Lockhart in payment thereof; opposes the pro- 
posed division of Fincastle County, and asks 
that the petition of people on Holston be held 
over until the next assembly; the court-house 
not centrally located. Auto, draft. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: a copy of a Letter to Col . Pendleton 
1774. 

1774 Dandridge, Alexander Spotswood. Letter to [William 

May 15 Preston]. Informs of his return from the 

Ohio, having intrusted Lawrence Darnell with 

3QQ26 the locating of his lands; left his company of 

thirty-three men on Little Guyandot, April 
27; meeting with Hancock Taylor; Floyd's 
survey for Colonel Washington; requests that 
1000 acres of land be entered for him on Law- 
rence's Creek. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 22-24. 

1774 Crow, Capt. William. Letter to [William Preston] . Re- 

May 27 commending the bearer, D. Porter, as a sur- 

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veyor. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Crows 
3QQ28 Letter by D Porter. 

1774 Preston, William. Letter to Capt. Samuel M e Dowell, 

May 27 Williamsburg, [Va.] Concerning payment of 

scouts sent out by Capt. [William] Russell 

3QQ27 from Clinch River; election of a burgess to be 

held June 10 at Doack's. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: W. P.'s Letter to Cap*. M c Dowell ab*. 
Scouts, 1774. 

1774 Brown, John. Mr. Howard's. Letter to [William Pres- 

May 28 ton]. Disappointed in not seeing him at Smith- 

field; payment of James Steward's account; 

3QQ29 quitrents on Potts 's Creek lands and the Calf 

Pasture tract; failure of crops; danger of In- 
dian inroads. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : M r 
Brown's Lett r May 28 th 1774. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 26, 27. 

1774 Woods, Capt. Michael. Letter to [William Preston]. 

May 29 Gives list of thirty men living in district "from 

Rich Creek Mountain to where the county line 

3QQ30 strikes the river"; also a list of names of 

el even men living on the other side of the 
river. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Cap* Woods 
List. Printed: Crozier, William A., Virginia 
Colonial Militia, 1651-1776 (N. Y. 1905), p. 79; 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 397, 
398. 

1774 Burk, Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston, Fin- 

May 30 castle County, Va. Containing list of militia. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Tho s Burk's List May 

3QQ31 30 th 1774. Printed: Crozier, Virginia Colonial 

Militia, p. 79 ; Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 398, 399. 

1774 Smith, Daniel. Indian Creek. Letter to [William Pres- 

May 30 ton]. Concerning the defense of the frontiers, 

and his efforts to prevent people from aban- 

3QQ149 doning their settlements; scarcity of powder; 

letter to Captain Russell forwarded. Contem- 
porary copy. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 30, 31. 

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1774 Doack, Capt. Robert. List of his company of militia. 

June 2 A. D. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap*. Doack 's List 172 

men. Printed: Crozier, Virginia Colonial Mili- 

3QQ34 iia, pp. 79, 80; Thwaites and Kellogg, Bun- 

more' s War, pp. 399, 400. 

1774 Dunmore, [John]. Draper's synopsis of a land warrant 

June 2 by Dunmore to James Byrn for fifty acres in 

Fincastle County, [Va.] 1 p. Note by Draper 
3QQ33 stating that the original was sent to J. B. Boyd, 

Maysville, Ky. 

1774 Hite Jr., Abraham. Hampshire. Letter to Col. [William] 

June 3 Preston. The Indian war begun; inhabitants 

fleeing; his brother and party of surveyors in 
3QQ35 danger. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Hite's 

Letter June 3 d 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore' $ War, pp. 31, 32. 

1774 Pendleton, Col. Edmund. Letter to Col. William Pres- 

June 4 ton, Fincastle [County, Va.] Acknowledges 

letter of May 14 and funds sent by Lockhart; 

3QQ36 petition for dissolution of [Fincastle] County 

laid over to another session; will endeavor to 
have court-house removed; asks for informa- 
tion about sale of his lands; current events. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col . Pendleton's Let- 
ter June 4 tb 1774. 

1774 Peachey, Col. William. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

June 7 [William Preston]. As to the legality of land 

entry made by Thomas Bowyer for which he 

3QQ37 [Peachey] had obtained Lord Dunmore 's war- 

rant to survey. A. L. S. 2 pp. Note by W. P. 
June 20, 1774. 

1774 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston, Fin- 

June 8 castle County, [Va.] Has referred Eobert 

Montgomery to him for information about his 

3QQ38 father's lands; arrangements for sending An- 

drew home ; recent orders in regard to sur- 
veys ; the Pennsylvania- Virginia boundary ; 
Colonel Donelson running the Carolina boun- 
dary. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r . Tho s . 
Lewis June 8 th 1774. 

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1774 Dunmore, [John]. Williamsburg, [Va.] Circular letter 

June 10 to Col. William Preston. Instructions to county 

lieutenants relating to defense and attack; rec- 

3QQ39 ommends erection of forts. L. S. 4 pp. En- 

dorsed: Lord Dunmore 's Letter June 10 th 1774. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 
War, pp. 33-35. 

3QQ144 . Copy. 

1774 Campbell, Capt. Arthur. Eoyal Oak. Letter to [Wil- 

June 22 liam Preston] . Received letter with two enclos- 

ures; forwarded them to Watauga, thence to 

3QQ41 the nation; wrote to Cameron about late mur- 

der on Watauga; Crabtree 's ill conduct; will 
inform him [Preston] of any true alarm; un- 
easy about Floyd. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
Cap*. Campbell 7 s Letter June 22 d 1774. Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 40- 
42. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. Dunkard Bottom, [Va.] Let- 

June 22 ter to Col. William Preston. Connolly's letter 

about the Shawnee; suggests sending Crabtree 

3QQ42 in search of the surveyors; the militia anxious 

for war ; plans for fort at mouth of New River. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col . Christians Let- 
ter 22* June 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 42^46. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. New Dublin. Letter to Col. Wil- 

June 22 liam Preston. Further discussion of his proposed 

move against the Indians and the erection of 
3QQ43 fort [at mouth of New Eiver] ; hopes to see 

him at Michael Price's on Saturday. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed : Col . Christians Letter June 

22 d 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 

Dunmore's War, pp. 46, 47. 

1774 Campbell, Capt. Arthur. Letter to [William Preston]. 

June 23 Received letter of 20th inst. ; sent his brother 

John to carry out orders about the spy ; his in- 

3QQ44 structions to spy going out from Holston; the 

Cherokee would avoid war, but are provoked by 
Crabtree ; Captain Shelby to send him notice of 
any alarm; ammunition from Rocky Ridge. 

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A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap 1 Campbell's 
Lett r June 23 d 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg-, Dunmore's War, pp. 47-49. 

1774 Robertson, Capt. James, Henry Skaggs, and William Hal- 

June 23 lam. Bluestone. Letter to [William Preston?]. 

Keceived letter by Henry Atkins and Andrew 

3QQ45 Woods j just returned from scout on Coal 
River; will set off again to-morrow; Indian 
rendezvous about forty miles below Culbert- 
son's; requests powder and paper; letters to 
be left at William Crawford's. L. S. 1 p. 
Mutilated. Endorsed: Cap fc . Robertson's Let- 
ter 23 d June 1774. 
. Typewritten copy. 1 p. 

1774 Russell, Capt. William. Clinch. Letter to [William Pres- 

June 26 ton]. Received advices of 20th inst. and laid 

instructions before the people; dissatisfaction 

3QQ46 of people on Moccasin Creek; scouts sent out; 

fears the Cherokee will combine with northern 
Indians; Daniel Boone and Michael Stoner sent 
to warn surveyors; Captain Floyd in danger; 
asks that a second lieutenant be appointed. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Capt. Russells Letter 
26 th June 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 49-51. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. Sawyer's. Letter to [William 

June 27 Preston] . Asks instructions about summoning 

men from Trigg's company. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

3QQ48 dorsed: Col°- Christian's Letter from Sayers 

27 th June 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 55, 56. 

1774 Preston, William. Fort Chiswell. Letter to Col. William 

June 27 Christian. Instructions concerning ranging 

party which Christian is to command; Captains 

3QQ47 Crockett and Campbell and Ensign William Bu- 

chanan to accompany him. Auto, draft, signed. 
2 pp. Endorsed: Instructions to Col . Chris- 
tian. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 52-55. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. Letter to Capt. Joseph Cloyd. 

June 29 Dickinson's battle with Indians at Greenbrier; 

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instructions for defense; messenger to be sent 
3QQ49 to Walker's Creek and Bluestone [River] to 

warn the people of their danger. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Col . Christians Letter to Capt. 
Cloyd. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 56, 57. 

[1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to [William Preston]. Set- 

June] tiers alarmed by killing of Cherokee Indian 

"Billey"; in need of protection until the mat- 

3QQ40 ter can be made up with the chiefs; Crabtree 

suspected of the deed. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Capt Campbell no date perhaps 1774. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 
War, pp. 38, 39. 

1774 Campbell, Capt. Arthur. Letter to [William PrestonJ 

July ] Hostilities begun by the Cherokee; measures for 

defense. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap*. Camp- 
3QQ50 bells Letter ab* a Cherokee War. Printed: 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 57, 

58. 

1774-75 [Preston, William.] Soldier's Book. An account of 
July 1- ammunition and provisions furnished to various 

Oct. 6 inhabitants of the frontiers. A. D. 13 pp. 

3QQ151-162 

1774 Preston, William. Letter to Col. William Christian. In- 

July 2 formation just received in letter from Capt. 

Arthur Campbell concerning hostility of the 

3QQ51 Cherokee; instructions for defense of the coun- 

try; men to be drafted from companies of 
Captains Herbert, Madison, Crockett, Doack, 
Arthur and William Campbell, and James 
Thompson. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Col . Christian's Instructions. July 2 d 
1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 59-61. 

1774 Russell, Bryce. Holston River. Letter to [William Pres- 

July 2 ton]. Obliged for the advice to stand their 

ground and build forts; impossible to resist the 
3QQ52 enemy unless they receive a supply of men and 

ammunition; strength of Captain Looney's com- 

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pany; threatened removal in March. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Bryce Russell, 1774. 

1774 Dunmore, [John], Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

July 3 "William Preston. His approval of Captain 

Connolly's plan to march into the enemy's 

3QQ53 country, and to erect forts at the mouth of 

Wheeling; Preston and Col. Andrew Lewis to 
support him; advantage of having fort at 
mouth of the Great Kanawha; order of council 
concerning location of officers and soldiers 7 
lands. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Lord D unm ore 'a 
Letter July 3 d 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore' s War, pp. 61-63. 

3QQ145 — . Copy. 

1774 Christian* Col. William. New Dublin. Letter to [Wil- 

July 4 liam Preston]. Kemoval of people on New 

River to fort at Bell's Meadows; families of 

3QQ54 Ninian Cloyd, Smith, and Crouch have gone 

there; powder for the expedition; Colonel Byrd 
and Madison gone to Vause's; the families of 
Ingram, Waggoner, Montgomery, and Patton 
are at home; proposes setting off in the after- 
noon, if no more news is received; Daniel Trigg 
to remain during his absence. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed: Col - W m . Christian July 4 th 1774. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 7 s War, 
pp. 63-66. 

1774 Robertson, Capt. James. Culbertson's. Letter to Col. 

July 5 William Preston. Asks for a furlough at har- 

vest time ; scouting about The Glades, Paint 

3QQ55 Creek, and Coal River; meeting with Captain 

Cloyd 's company. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Cap fc . Robertsons Lett r July 5, 1774. 

1774 Woods, Michael. Fort Dunmore, Rich Creek, Fincastle 

July 5 County, [Va.] Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Draper 's Meadows, Fincastle County. Ac- 

3QQ56 knowledgment of captain's commission; volun- 

teers to go on ranging expedition; in great 
need of ammunition; powder sent by William 
Christian is worthless; about 140 people in the 

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fort j impossible to call a muster at present. A. 
L. S. Endorsed : Michael Woods' Letter July 5 th 
1774. 

1774 Smith, Capt. Daniel. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

July 8 Fincastle [County, Va.] Indian alarms; flight 

of the inhabitants; scouting; recommends that 
3QQ57 Thomas Maxwell be court-martialed, and that 

a company of men be stationed on the river; 

encloses his map of [Clinch] river. A. L. S. 

2 pp. Endorsed : Cap fc Daniel Smiths Letter 8 th 

July 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 

Vunmore's War, pp. 69-71. 

1774 Campbell, Capt. Arthur. Holston. Letter to [William 

July 9 Preston] . Return of the Watauga messengers 

from Cherokee towns ; possibility of preserving 
3QQ58 peace; Crabtree became very insolent; ranging 

parties sent out to cover the frontier. A. L. S. 

2 pp. Endorsed: Cap t . A. Campbell's Letter 

July 9 th 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 

Dunmore's War, pp. 69-71. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. Andrew Colvill's. Letter to 

July 9 [William Preston] . News from William Falling 

as to the disposition of the Cherokee; his ef- 

3QQ60 forts to patrol the frontier; alarm on Sandy 

Creek; Boone gone in search of the surveyors 
Crabtree 's trial. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed 
Col . Christian's Letter July 9 th 1774. Printed 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
75-78. 

1774 Lewis, Col. Charles. Letter to [William Preston]. Men- 

July 9 tions Captain Dickinson's skirmish with the 

Indians and wound received by William M c Far- 

3QQ59 Ian at Warm Springs ; people in great confusion ; 

has just received news from Port Pitt that In- 
dians are suing for peace. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Col Charles Lewis's Letter July 9 th 
1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 73, 74. 

1774 Christian, Col. [William]. Captain Russell's Fort. Let- 

July 12 ter to [William Preston], Proposing an expe- 

3QQ63 dition to the Ohio towns; route followed by 

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Boone and Stoner in search of surveyors; erec- 
tion of forts on Clinch River. A. L. 3 pp. En- 
dorsed : Col Christians Letter delivered by him- 
self but not signed. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 80-85. 

1774 Doack, Capt. Eobert. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

July 12 Pincastle [County, Va.] His movements in de- 

fense of the frontier ; consternation of the people 

3QQ61 in districts between Port Chiswell and head of 

Holston; erection of forts at his father's, James 
Davis ' and Gasper Kinder 's ; ammunition re- 
quested A. L. S. 1 p. , Endorsed: Cap* 
Doack 's Lett r 12 th . July, 1774. Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
78-80. 

1774 Lewis, Col. Andrew. Letter to [William Preston]. Re- 

July 12 ferring to Governor Dunmore, Connolly, and 

the backwardness of the frontiersmen in fitting 

3QQ62 out expedition. A. L. S. 1 p. Fragment. 

Endorsed: Col . Lewis's Letter July 12 th 1774. 
Partly printed in Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War t pp. 87, 88. 

1774 Russell, Capt. William. Fort Preston. Letter to [Wil- 

July 13 liam Preston]. Showing the military situation 

on Clinch River; mentioning the erection of 
3QQ64 forts Preston, Christian, and Byrd, and Boone's 

trip in search of the surveyors. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: Cap* Russell's Letter July 14 th 1774. 

Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 88-91. 

1774 Oconastota. Town House in Chota. Letter to Colonels 

July 16 [Andrew] Lewis and [William] Preston. Ex- 

pressing satisfaction with their letters ; his de- 

3QQ142 sire to maintain peaceful relations with the Vir- 

ginians and to observe their respective boundary 
rights; and exhorting against any trespasses 
upon their lands during the winter. Certified 
by William Kennedy to be a true copy. 1 p. 

1774 Robertson, James. Letter to Col. William Preston. Has 

July 19 been continually on horseback since receiving 

3QQ66 his letter; will have eighteen or twenty men 

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ready to start Thursday evening or Friday 
morning. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsement illeg- 
ible. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
move's War, p. 94. 

1774 Walker, John. Setteco Town, Cherokee Nation. Letter 

July 19 to William Preston. Has sometimes thought 

that perhaps his [Preston's] failure to write 

3QQ65 was due to false report that he had instigated 

the Cherokee to kill Boyd and company; hopes 
to satisfy creditors of [Boyd's] estate soon ; the 
last purchase in Georgia being settled very 
fast. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : John "Walker, 
July 19 th 1774. 

1774 [Preston, William.] Smithfield. Circular letter to [cap- 

July 20 tains of militia] . Call for volunteers to go on 

expedition against the Shawnee. Copy. 3 pp. 

3QQ139 Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 91-93. 

1774 Robertson, James. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

July 20 Names of people whom he has prevailed on to 

march with him Thursday; thinks this last 
3QQ66 news is nothing more than one of the usual 

alarms, but wants to be prepared. A. L. S. 1 p. 

Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 94, 95. 

1774 Preston, William. Letter to Maj. James Robertson. In- 

July 22 structions concerning the protection of settlers 

at Culbertson's Bottom and Rich Creek, Rob- 
3QQ138 ertson being about to take command of a 

company. Auto, draft, signed. 1 p. Printed: 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 

95-97. 

1774 Dunmore, [John]. Winchester. Letter to Col. [Andrew] 

July 24 Lewis. Orders expedition to the Ohio; will 

want the assistance of Col. William Preston as 
3QQ141 well as that of Charles Lewis. Copy. 2 pp. 

Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 97, 98. 

1774 Robertson, Maj. James. Fort Dunmore. Letter to Col. 

July 26 William Preston. The settlers fleeing; need of 

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men and ammunition; fresh signs of Indians 
3QQ67 seen every morning. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

Major Robinson July 26 th 1774. Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Ditnmore f s War, pp. 99, 
100. 

1774 Robertson, James. Fort Byrd. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Jult 28 Ham Preston. Will finish the fort this week ; 

in need of more men and ammunition; Indian 

3QQ68 signs; has sent out scouts; recruits for the 

[Shawnee] expedition. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Ja s Robertson July 28, 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 100, 
101. 

[1774 Campbell, William. List of men in his company who en- 

July] gaged to go upon the expedition with Joseph 

Drake. A. D. S. 1 p. Printed: Crozier, Vir- 
3QQ63 ginia Colonial Militia, p. 80. 

[1774 [Preston, William.] Letter to Oconastota and the Chief 

July] of the Warlike Nation of the Cherokee. Ac- 

knowledges letter of July 16, [1774] to Col. 

3QQ143 Andrew Lewis and himself; shows that it is to 

the advantage of both the Indians and Virgin- 
ians to maintain peaceful relations; mentions 
report that Cherokee parties have gone out to 
assist the Shawnee with whom the Virginians 
are at war; informs of expedition led by Gov- 
ernor of Virginia against the Shaw^nee ; and 
gives warning against the instigations of 
French traders. Copy. 4 pp. 

1774 Robertson, Maj. James. Culbertson's. Letter to Col. 

Aug. 1 William Preston. Mentioning arrival of John 

* Draper; attack on Kelly and family; his in- 

3QQ69 tended trip to the Glades; impossibility of leav- 

ing his company; completion of the fort; the 
lack of ammunition; fears he will be far be- 
hind in raising his company for Shawnee expe- 
dition. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Maj r Rob- 
ertson's Letter ab* the War. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 103-106. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. M c Calls. Letter to [William Pres- 

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party that he is to command, and suggesting 
3QQ70 that he be encouraged so far as may be con- 

sistent with discipline of the expedition ; Cowan 
to bring the men to his [Campbell's] house for 
a rendezvous. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Arthur 
Camble, Aug* 3, 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 108, 109. 

1774 Robertson, Maj. James. Culbertson's. Letter to Col. 

Aug. 6 "William Preston. Kelly killed by Indians on 

Muddy Creek; scouts out constantly; depart- 

3QQ71 ure of John Draper with about twenty men; re- 

quests that a few men be sent to join him 
[Draper] ; difficulty in making up his company 
for Shawnee expedition ; requests pro\ *sions 
and ammunition. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Maj r . Kobertson's Letter Aug*. 6 th 1774. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, 
pp. 109, 110. 

[1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to [William Preston]. 

Aug. 9] Sinking Creek massacre; measures of defense; 

drafts ; recruiting for the expedition ; provision- 
3QQ79 ing the forts; Captain Harrod's men to march 

with Holston troops to place of rendezvous. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Major Campbel no 

date. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 135, 136. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. 

Aug. 10 William Preston. Officers for the [Shawnee] 

expedition; flour for the forts; John Anderson 

3QQ72 recommended as ensign to Captain Looney. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Maj. Campbells Let- 
ter Aug*. 10 th . 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 136-138. 

1774 Robertson, James. Culbertson's. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 11 Preston. Is expecting orders to go home to at- 

tend to his affairs before going on expedition; 

3QQ73 Indians harassing the frontier; scouting parties 

out; eight or ten men who came with him and 

Masten to set out Monday, leaving Draper's 

and Patton's men to defend the fort. A. L. S. 

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2 pp. Endorsed : James Robertson, August 
11 th . 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, pp. 138, 139. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to [William 

Aug. 12 Preston] . Information concerning enlistment 

of men for the expedition ; Capt. William Camp- 

3QQ75 bell to report proceedings of meeting at Town 

House; received letter of 8th; will send orders 
to Captains Shelby and Russell; asks further 
instructions; will meet him at camp at Thomp- 
son's on 20th. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Maj r . 
Campbells Lettr Aug 1 12, 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp^ 
142-144. 

1774 Robertson, Capt. James. Culbertson's. Letter to [Wil- 

Aug. 12 Ham Preston]. Indian depredations; pursuing 

party sent up [New] River; strength of the 
3QQ74 garrison ; requests that drafts be sent out ; will 

postpone his departure for home. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: Cap*. Robertson 1774 War. Printed: 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 

140-142. 

1774 Preston, William. Smithfield. Letter to Maj. [Arthur] 

Aug. 13 Campbell. Enlistment of men for Shawnee ex- 

pedition; death of Captain Doack; arrange- 

3QQ76 ments for protection of frontier during absence 

of troops; Campbell to remain on Holston; of- 
ficers urged to put their men in motion. Auto., 
draft, signed. 1 p. Endorsed: Copy of a Let- 
ter to Major Campbell, Aug 1 - 13 th 1774. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 
War, pp. 145, 146. 

1774 [Preston, William.] Smithfield. Letter to Capt. John 

Aug. 13 Litton Jones. Accepts his offer to raise fifty 

men for the expedition ; the men to be marched 

3QQ147 immediately to William Thompson's; rendez- 

vous at Levels of Greenbrier before 30th. Con- 
temporary copy. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 146, 147. 

1774 [Preston, William.] Letter to Capt. David Long. Asks 

Aug. 13 him to raise a company for the expedition ; has 

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no objection to Robert Lucas as lieutenant; no 
3QQ140 effort to be made to engage men who have 

promised to go with Captain Shelby or Capt. 
William Campbell ; the companies to rendezvous 
at "William Thompson's. Copy. 1 p. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 147, 
148. 

1774 Lewis, Col. [Andrew] . Richfield. Letter to [William 

Aug. 14 Preston]. Acknowledges gunpowder and sun- 

dry articles sent by John Crinar and Robert 

3QQ77 Donald; inquires as to recruits for the expedi- 

tion; flight of Little River people. A. L. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Col°. Lewis' Letter by Crinor Aug* 
14 th 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, p. 149. 

1774 Russell, Capt. William. Fort Preston. Letter to Col. 

Aug. 16 s William Preston, New River. The volunteers 

ready to march when relieved of duty at the 

3QQ78 forts ; prefers to command a company on 

Clinch River rather than go on expedition; will 
assist Captain Floyd in raising company; Cap- 
tain Thompson to command at Blackmore's. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Russells Letter, 
16 th Aug* 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 156-158. 

1774 Woods, Michael. Rich Creek. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 16 Preston, Fincastle County, [Va.] Men who 

have been drafted for the expedition refuse to 

3QQ97 serve; requests that their petition for release 

shall not be countenanced. N. B. by James 
Robertson concerning pay of Cavanaugh and 
Farley; "We are just starting for the Levels." 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Ja s Robertson, Sep tr - 
16, 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, p. 201. 

1774 Campbell, [Arthur] . Royal Oak. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 19 Preston. Received letter of 17th; will write 

Captain Looney; wrote Captain Russell yester- 
3QQ80 day much to the same purport as now desired; 

Russell expected at New River by the 26th; 

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Captains Shelby, William Campbell, and Her- 
bert on the march; proposes a meeting at 
Thompson's about the 22nd. ; wants further 
orders. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: A. Camp- 
bell, Aug*. 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 158, 159. 

1774 Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. "William Preston, 

Aug. 22 Smithfield, N[ew] River. Indian depredations; 

Preston's dangerous situation; marching of the 
3QQ81 companies of Captains Mathews, M c Clanahan 

and M c Dowell for Shawnee towns. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: John Brown, August the 22. R d 
John Brown. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, pp. 159-161. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. Stat- 

Aug. 25 ing that Joseph Drake has not properly dis- 

charged secret order given him and recom- 

3QQ82 mending that he be reprimanded. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Arthur Campbell, Aug*. 25 th 
1774. 

1774 Preston, William. Letter to Maj. [Arthur] Campbell. 

Aug. 25 Captains Thompson and Daniel Smith ordered 

to defend the frontiers during absence of the 

3QQ82 troops on the expedition. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 

dorsed: a Letter to Major Campbel Aug*- 
25, 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, pp. 161, 162. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Aug. 26 liam Preston. Asking instructions concerning 

the employment in the militia of inhabitants 
3QQ83 on Clinch River. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

Major Campbel Aug* 26" 1774. Printed: 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's Wa/r, pp. 

162, 163. 

1774 Buchanan, W. Voucher to Robert Preston for articles 

Aug. 27 furnished for expedition [against Shawnee 

3QQ84 towns]. A. D. S. 1 p. 

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1774 Bledsoe, Anthony. Town House. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 28 Preston. Explains his course in regard to rais- 

ing men for the expedition; expresses willing- 

3QQ86 ness to serve, and asks instructions. A. L. S. 

1 p. * Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, p. 169. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to [William Preston]. Con- 

Aug. 28 cerning recruiting of men for the expedition; 

Drake's misconduct; Boone requested to raise 
3QQ85 men to join Captain Floyd's company; Boone's 

journal; difficulty in obtaining flour; Crabtree 

wants to serve at the forts. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: M r Campbells L r . 28 th Aug 4 1774. 

Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, 

pp. 170-172. 

1774 Russell, Capt. William. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Aug. 28 at Camp at Captain Thompson's. He and his 

company en route to camp at Thompson's; 
3QQ84 Boone returned from Kentucky and wishes to 

go on expedition; particulars of death of 
[Hancock] Taylor; John Green and others of 

Taylor's company have arrived on Clinch River. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap 4 Russells Lett r 

Aug* 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 

Dunmore's War, pp. 172, 173. 

{1774 [Cocke, William.] Letter to Col. William Preston. Com- 

Aug. or plaining that although he has been appointed 

Sept.] a captain of militia, he does not enjoy the same 

privileges as do other officers of the same rank; 

3QQ87 orders sent to his lieutenant, Logan. A. L. 

Signature cut away. 1 p. 

1774 Robertson, Maj. James. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Sept. 1 Will not reach his [Preston's] house until Sun- 

day night or Monday; difficulty in enlisting 

-3QQ88 troops for the expedition. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed : Maj r Robertson 's Letter Sep 1 st 
1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 174, 175. 

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1774 Christian, Col. William. Head of Rich Creek. Letter to 

Sept. 3 Col. William Preston, Smithfield. The troops 

on the march for place of rendezvous; Lord 

3QQ89 Dunmore at Fort Pitt. A. L. S. 3 pp. En- 

dorsed: Col°. Christian's Letter Sep r 3 d . 1774. 
Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 9 s 
War, pp. 176-179. 

1774 Woods, Michael. Letter to Col. William Preston, Fin- 

Sept. 3 castle County, [Va.] Has found about four- 

teen men who are willing to go to Shawnee 

3QQ88 towns; expects Stephen English with twenty 

or twenty-five men from Pittsylvania County; 
proposes to join companies with Major Robert- 
son. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Michael Woods, 
Sept r 3, 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, pp. 175, 176. 

1774 Robertson, James. Letter to Col. William Preston. Just 

Sept. 4 returned from Greasy Creek after men engaged 

by Thomas Ingles ; will, by the aid of his 

3QQ91 friend, David Hughes, execute orders sent him; 

arrangements for provisioning the expedition. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: James Robertson Sept r 
4, 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
mare's War, pp. 179, 180. 

1774 Walker, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston]. Ac- 

Sept. 4 knowledges letter by Major Phillips; Captain 

Floyd's safe return; Indian depredations near 
3QQ90 Preston's house; encloses a writing of Thomas 

Jefferson for perusal; appointment of delegates 

to Colonial Congress at Philadelphia. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Tho 3 Walker Sept r the 4, 

1774. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. Camp Union at the Great Lev- 

Sept. 7 els. Letter to Col. William Preston, Fincastle 

[County, Va.] Arrival and departure of 

3QQ92 troops for the expedition; Lord Dunmore with 

700 men to be at mouth of the Great Kanawha 
some days after the 20th; John M c Guire 
wounded by Indians; Major M c Donald with 400 
men attacked below Fort Dunmore ; distance of 

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Camp Union from Shawnee towns; condition of 
Fincastle troops; requests that Major Robert- 
son and additional troops be hurried forward; 
his men anxious to be with the foremost. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Mutilated. Endorsed: Col° 
Christian's Letter Sept r 7 th 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
185-188. 
3QQ148 . Copy. 

1774 Christian, William. A Return of the Militia from Fin- 

Sept. 7 castle Septem r 7, 1774. Camp Union. Compa- 

nies commanded by Captains Crockett, Her- 

3QQ92 bert, Russell, Shelby, Campbell, and Harrod. 

A. D. S. 1 p. 

1774 Rutledge, George. Fincastle. Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 7 Preston, Fincastle. Inquiring as to price of lot 

belonging to John Howard. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
3QQ97 dorsed: Geo. Rutlidge, Sep tr 7, 1774. 

1774 Lewis, Andrew. Camp Union on the Great Lev- 

Sept. 8 els. Letter to Col. William Preston, Fincastle 

[County, Va.] The expedition on the march; 

3QQ93 numerical strength; additional provisions as 

requested by Lord Dunmore in letter of August 
30; two men wounded by Indians; requests 
that any additions to Fincastle troops be supplied 
with powder. A. L. Signature cut away. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Col° And w Lewis' Letter Sept r . 8 th 
1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 190-192. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to [William 

Sept. 9 Preston] . John Henry wounded by Indians on 

Clinch River near Captain Smith's Station; 

3QQ94 settlers in Rich Valley alarmed; patrols or- 

dered to Rich Valley and to the aid of Captain 
Smith; asks that the number of men for de- 
fense of the frontier be increased; want of am- 
munition. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Arthur 
Campbel Sept r 9, 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's Wwr, pp. 192-195. 

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1774 Christian, William. Camp Union. Letter to [William 

Sept. 12 Preston]. Events incident to the marching of 

the expedition; arrival and departure of com- 

3QQ146 panies; transportation of provisions; necessity 

for guarding the frontiers of Fincastle County 
in the absence of the troops. Contemporary 
copy. 3 pp. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, pp. 196-199. 

1774 Love, Philip. Big Levels. Letter to [William Preston]. 

Sept. 12 The Botetourt troops to march in a few hours 

for the mouth of Elk Creek; is satisfied with 

3QQ95 the survey made for him on the Kentucky 

River by Hancock Taylor, and would be glad 
to have his plat laid off accordingly. A. L. S. 
1 p. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more' s War, p. 195. 

1774 Robertson, Capt. James. Rich Creek. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Sept. 15 liam Preston. His company increased to fifty-five 

men by the coming of Captain Woods and his 

3QQ96 party; list of men whom he has discharged, giv- 

ing length of service and provisions furnished; 
much obliged to his friends for assistance in 
raising his company. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Cap* Robertson's Letter ab* men on Duty at 
Woods. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Bun- 
more' s War, pp. 199, 200. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to [William Preston] . Indian 

Sept. 17 depredations; pursuing party led by Captain 

Smith; Herbert's men not yet come; twelve 

3QQ98 men gone from Doack's company; thinks Cap- 

tain Wilson will station his men on Reed Creek 
and in Rich Valley to protect the inhabitants. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r Campbell's Let- 
ter 17 th Sep tr . 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 202-205. 

3QQ150 . Copy. 

1774 Cocke, Capt. William. Letter to [William Preston] . En- 

Sept. 19 closes copies of depositions of Thomas Shoat and 

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Cherokee ; scarcity of men and ammunition ; 
will call a muster on Wednesday and endeavor 
to prevent an evacuation of the country; offers 
his services in raising a company in Carolina; 
immediate relief necessary. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Cap* Cockes Letter Sep r 17 th 1774. 

1774 Mercer, Hugh. Letter to Col. [William] Preston. In- 

Sept. 20 quiry about surveys made for him by Hancock 

Taylor; the Cherokee boundary; their claims of 

3QQ100 recent date are not well founded; hopes his 

Lordship's expedition against the Shawnee will 
restore peace to the frontiers; news from Bos- 
ton; the Congress at Philadelphia. A. L. S. 
3 pp. Endorsed: M r Hugh Mercer's Lett Sept r . 
20 th 1774. 

1774 Doack, William. Black Lick. Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 22 Preston, Smithfield. Led party to head of 

Clinch Kiver on hearing of Indian attack made 

3QQ101 there; could make no discoveries; John Henry 

wounded, his wife and children captured; in- 
habitants of Black Lick somewhat alarmed; re- 
quests a list of plats that were returned to him 
by Doack 's brother. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
M r Doacks Letter Sep r 22 d 1774. 

1774 Campbell^ Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to [William 

Sept. 23 Preston]. Sends letter received from Captain 

Cocke; alarming intelligence contained therein; 

3QQ102 probable that Shawnee emissaries at Cherokee 

Green Corn dance were successful ; Captain 
Smith's unsuccessful scout; return of Captain 
Thompson from Clinch Eiver and Powell's Val- 
ley; asks an expression of opinion concerning 
the raising of men in Carolina; advisability of 
sending another letter to Cherokee chiefs; need 
of men at upper and lower stations. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Mutilated. Endorsed: Major Campbell, 
Sept r 23 d 1774. 

1774 Cocke, William. Circular letter to inhabitants on the 

Sept. 25 frontier of Holston. John Roberts ' family 

3QQ103 taken by Indians; suggests the erection of a 

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fort as near the line as possible ; has ordered his 
sergeant to take out the men in his company 
for the immediate protection of the people; he 
himself to go to Carolina to raise men to join 
his forces. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Cocke's 
Letter 25 th Sept r 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 208, 209. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. Dis- 

Sept. 26 tress of the people on Clinch and the lower set- 

tlement on Holston ; attack made by Cherokee 

3QQ104 mentioned in [Shoat's] and Taylor's deposi- 

tions ; want of ammunition ; measures of de- 
fense. A. L. S. 1 p. Mutilated. Endorsed: 
M r . Campbell's Letter Sept r . 26 th 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Danmore's War, pp. 
209-211. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Sept. 26 Likely that they will need more lead; suggests 

that Charles Devereaux and Evan Williams 

3QQ105 could furnish a supply. A. L. S. 1 p. Muti- 

lated. Endorsed: Major Campbell's Letter 
Sep r 26 th 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, p. 211. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 29 Preston. General consternation occasioned by 

late alarms; fear of a Cherokee war; offer of 

3QQ106,107 aid from Carolina; fifty Catawba Indians de- 

sirous of being employed against the Shawnee; 
departure of Captain Cocke for Carolina; pro- 
posed measures for defense ; Boone very dili- 
gent at Castle's Woods; in need of powder and 
flour. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: M r Camp- 
bell's Letter Sept r 29 th 1774. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 216-219. 

1774 Bullitt, Capt. [Thomas]. Letter to [William Preston]. 

Sept. Concerning lands surveyed by him last summer 

which have been resurveyed this summer. 1 p, 
3QQ95 Signature cut away. Endorsed: Cap fc . Bullets 

L r Dated Sep r - 1774. 

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1774 Bledsoe, Capt. Anthony. Camp Union. Letter to Col. 

Oct. 1 William Preston, Fincastle County, [Va.] His 

company will be detained here until about the 

3QQ10S 15th inst. ; transportation of provisions for the 

expedition; movements of Col. Charles [Lewis] 
and Colonel Christian; copy of Col. Andrew 
Lewis' letter to Colonel Christian enclosed. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Bledsoe's Let- 
ter Oct r 1 st 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 222-224. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to Col. [William] Preston. 

Oct. 1 Indians attack Moore's Fort on Clinch; Captain 

Looney unable to go in pursuit ; has heard noth- 

3QQ109 ing from Doack, Thompson, Montgomery, or 

Cox; wrote to Capt. Thomas Bryan for assis- 
tance ; Boone attributes attacks to Cherokee ; he 
himself thinks Major M c Donald's fugitives are 
responsible; Preston 's letter to Oconastota to- 
be forwarded by two Cherokee now at Wa- 
tauga; encloses letter of Abraham Bledsoe; 
characters of Colonels Wright and Armstrong; 
the latter claims part of Donelson's Purchase; 
Bledsoe to be informed of orders for defense of 
his family. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r 
Campbell's Letter Oct r 1 st 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
219-222. 

1774 Montgomery, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Fin- 

Oct. 2 castle [County] . Michael Dougherty wishes 

further instructions concerning the raising of a 

3QQ110 party for defense of people on Holston; can not 

obtain more than five or six men from Crockett 's 
company. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r Mont- 
gomery's Letter Oct 1 * 2 d . 1774. Printed r 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
224, 225. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Latter portion of letter to CoL 

Oct. 3 William Preston. Telling of a little boy who 

was tomahawked by Indians, his parents hav- 

3QQ111 ing been killed; attempts to procure services of 

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Doctor Lloyd. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Major Campbells Letter Oct r . 3 d . 1774. Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore' s War, pp. 
218, 219. 

1774 Adams, George. Holton River. Letter to Col. William 

Oct. 4 Preston. People on Moccasin Creek want 

guard while gathering their crops; scarcity of 
3QQ113 ammunition. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: G. 

Adams ' Letter Oct r . 4 th 1774. Printed : 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 's War, pp. 

227, 228. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. William 

Oct. 4 Preston. Distress of the frontier due to late 

Indian alarm; Captain Thompson appointed to 
3QQ112 command forces "this side Clinch mountain"; 

has sent paper delivered to him by Captain 

Thompson, giving Cocke's resolution. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: [illegible] Letter Oct r . 4, 1774. 

Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 's 

War, pp. 226, 227. 

1774 Smith, Capt. Daniel. Elk Garden. Letter to CoL Wil- 

Oct. 4 liam Preston, Smithfield. Inhabitants on Clinch 

River alarmed by late invasions of Indians ; will 

3QQ114 seek a place of safety unless assistance can be 

had; Kinkead to give an account of the situa- 
tion ; he himself just going to assistance of 
Castle's Woods men. A. L. S. 1 p. On re- 
verse : A list of names, evidently the garrison 
at Elk Garden. Endorsed : Cap* D. Smiths Let- 
ter Oct r 4 th 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 228, 229. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to [William Preston]. 

Oct. 5 John Cox to range about Reedy Creek and Moc- 

casin Gap and to escort provisions to Blacks 

3QQ114 more's; Rev. Charles Cummings, the bearer, to 

give information concerning the situation of in- 
habitants. A, L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Major 
Campbell Oct r - 5 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 229. 

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1774. Campbell, Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to [William 

Oct. 6 Preston]. Received letter of 1st inst. sent by- 

Paddy Brown; alarm of the inhabitants, and 

3QQ115 measures for their protection; mentions fam- 

ilies of Vance, Fowler, Harrison, Henry and Jo- 
seph Dougherty, John Campbell, Archibald and 
John Buchanan, and Andrew Lammey; various 
routes by which the Indians are expected to ap- 
proach; suggests that Mason and Donelson be 
banished. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Danmore's War, pp. 230-232. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Oct. 6 Arrival of Samuel Shannon with the cattle; he 

and the flour wagons to proceed together to 

3QQ116 Moccasin Gap ; enough cattle engaged for Cap- 

tain Smith's fort; an Indian seen by one, Snod- 
grass, below Captain Thompson's; probably one 
of Donelson and Mason's party in disguise ; Lieu- 
tenant Cox and men sent down the river. A. L. S. 
1 p. On reverse : List of forts and their 
garrisons. Endorsed: Major Campbells Lett r 
Oct r . 6 th 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Dunmore's War, pp. 233, 234. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. William 

Oct. 9 Preston. Capture and escape of Captain Shel- 

by's negro wench; some think Capt. John Lo- 

3QQ117 gan is still about, others that Will Emery is 

responsible for depredations; the latter served 
as interpreter "when Col. Donelson run the 
line ' ' ; robbed Knox and Skaggs ; Captain 
Cocke's prospects of raising a large company; 
Captains Russell and Shelby to return by way 
of Kentucky; want Boone to meet them at 
mouth of Dick's River; advisability of sending 
Captain Cocke instead. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: M r . Campbell Oct r . 9 th 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
238-240. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to [William 

Oct. 12 Preston], Acknowledges letter by Cummings 

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and instructions by John Kinkead; attack on 
3QQ118 Blackmore's Fort; Deal Carter killed j Captain 

Smith and Boone with twenty-six men in pur- 
suit; advisability of keeping a garrison at 
Point Pleasant and the Palls the following win- 
ter ; encloses Logan ; s original letter received 
that day. A. L. S. 2 pp. Mutilated. On 
same sheet: Copy of Logan's letter in Preston's 
handwriting. Endorsed: Maj r Campbells Let- 
ter 12 th Oct r 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 244~247. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Oct. 13 An Indian seen near Benjamin Logan's; Cap- 

tain Cocke in pursuit; Ensign Armstrong leads 

3QQ120 men to assistance of Cummings and Fulkison; 

men from Captain Crockett's company sent to 
King's Mill where Lieutenant Christian is sta- 
tioned; Captain Cocke wants instructions con- 
cerning men Colonel ( ?) Walker is to bring from 
Carolina; advisability of sending Captain Penn's 
company to the head of Clinch and Captain 
Smith to Elk Garden. A. L. S. 1. p. Endorsed: 
Major Campbell Oct r . 13 th 1774. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
251, 252. 

[1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Oct. 13] Boone, the bearer, to give local news; recom- 

mends that William Poage be granted a com- 

3QQ123 mission; petition of the inhabitants for Boone's 

appointment as an officer; Captain Looney ab- 
sent during late alarm; Michael Dougherty's 
trouble in raising men; sent to Reedy Creek to 
assist in carrying flour to Clinch. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 
War, pp. 250, 251. 

1774 Smith, Daniel. Castle's Woods. Letter to Col. William 

Oct. 13 Preston, Smithfield. His and Boone's unsuc- 

cessful scout after Indians who attacked Black- 

3QQ119 more's; inhabitants of lower settlement petition 

that Boone be appointed captain; his qualifica- 

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tions. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r . Dan 1 
Smith Oct r 13 th 1774. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 248, 249. 

1774 Ingles, Maj. William. Point Pleasant at the mouth of the 

Oct. 14 Great Kanawha. Letter to Col. "William Pres- 

ton. Description of battle of Point Pleasant. 

3QQ121 A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Maj r Ingles 's L r . 

from p*. pleasant. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 257-259. 

1774 Bledsoe, Anthony. Camp Union. Letter to Col. William 

Oct, 15 Preston. Acknowledges letter of 8th ; satisfied 

with measures for defense of frontier; char- 

3QQ122 acter of [Capt. John] Logan; news from 

Colonels Christian and Lewis concerning the ex- 
pedition; Colonel Slaughter stationed at Elk 
[Creek] ; he himself to set out next day for 
mouth of New River. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Author Bled[soe], Oct r 15 th 1774. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 
War, pp. 260, 261. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Eoyal Oak. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Oct. 16 Ham Preston, Smithfield. Received letter from 

Captain Thompson telling of Murphy's arrival 
3QQ124 at Watauga bearing message from the Cherokee ; 

Captain Smith not yet returned from pursuit of 

Indians ; depredations at Blackmore 's. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Major Campbell Oct r . 16 th 1774. 

Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 's War, 

pp. 278, 279. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

c Oct. 17 Smithfield. Letter of 13th delivered by An- 

3QQ125 thony Head ; distribution of powder ; forty 

pounds engaged by Montgomery and Hender- 
son on Holston; selfish application for men; 
every few families want a fort and a guard; 
people greatly distressed about saving their 
corn; return of Captain Thompson; Lieutenant 
Cox at Blackmore 's; Eaton and King's stations 
should be strong; Blackmore 's the most con- 
venient place to oppose the enemy; Captain 

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Cocke desires to serve ; asks if he can not sub- 
stitute for Captain Thompson. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Major Campbell's Letter 1774. 

1774 Cocke, Capt. William. Royal Oak. Letter to William 

Oct. 27 Preston, Fincastle County, [Va.] On hearing 

that Preston did not approve of his raising men 
3QQ126 in Carolina. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap*. 

Cockes angry Lett 1 " Nov r 1774. 

1774 Campbell, Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Oct. 28 Hopes to see him at court; Cameron's letter; 

inquires how long men shall be continued on 

3QQ126 duty ; Cherokee not restrained by conclusions 

reached by their chiefs; "little prospect that a 
set of fugitive Shawanese will be restrained by 
a formal Treaty with our Army." A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: M r Campbell's L r Oct r . 28", 1774. 

1774 Preston, William. Letter to [Patrick Henry], An ac- 

Oct. 31 count of the battle of Point Pleasant from in- 

formation contained in letters from Colonel 

3QQ128 Christian and others who were on the expedi- 

tion; "particulars of the action drawn up by 
Col. Andrew Lewis" enclosed; also a return of 
killed and wounded; Purdie to be given a copy 
of enclosed papers. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. 
Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 's 
War, pp. 291-295. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

3OO10" Reliability of depositions of Archibald Taylor 

and Shoat; further particulars concerning 
[Cherokee] Council; departure of Oconastota 
when he found the Shawnee faction was strong; 
will forward Preston's letter to him with all 
speed ; these negotiations may gain time for 
preparation; has written to Cameron by way 
of Carolina. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Major 
Campbells Letter Oct 1 '. 1774. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore '$ War, pp. 211, 212. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. 

Oct. William Preston. Arrangements to facilitate 

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some intend returning by way of Kentucky; 
Captain Smith to march, up Sandy Creek j he 
and Boone may go to meet Captain Russell. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Maj r Campbells Let- 
ter Nov r - 4. 1774. Printed : Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 297, 298. 

1774 Christian, Col. William. Smithfield. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Nov. 8 liam Preston, Botetourt [County, Va.] Return 

of Captain Floyd and himself from Indian 

3QQ130 country; closing events of expedition against 

the Shawnee; treaty of peace made by Lord 
Dunmore; refusal of Mingo to comply with 
terms of treaty; one of their towns attacked; 
return of Logan with his prisoners — the little 
Roberts boy and two of Blackmore's negroes. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : Col Christians Lett r . 
Nov r . 8 th . 1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Dunmore's War, pp. 301-307. 

1774 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to Will[iam Preston]. Relating 

Nov. [c 10] to death of his brother [Col. Charles Lewis] ; 

Cresap guilty of murder. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

3QQ131 dorsed: Nov. 1774 M r Tho s . Lewis's Letter on 

the Death of his B r . Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 311, 312. 

1774 Russell, Capt. William. Fort Blair, at Point Pleasant. 

Nov. 12 Letter to Col. William Preston, Fincastle 

[County, Va.] The garrison at Point Pleasant; 

3QQ132 thanks for influence in securing his continuance 

there; will go to the Falls [of the Ohio] on es- 
tablishment of post there; asks that enclosed 
address of officers concerning grievances of 
British America be forwarded to Colonel Chris- 
tian. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap 1 Russells 
Letter. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, pp. 308-311. 

1774 Mercer, Col. Hugh. Fredericksburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Nov. 17 Col. [William] Preston. Further inquiry con- 

cerning lands surveyed for him by Hancock 
3QQ133 Taylor; Governor Dunmore greatly censured 

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for granting lands to provincial officers; the 
Ohio colony; instructions concerning his lands 
at mouth of Locust Creek. Endorsed: Col° 
Mercers Lett 1 * ab* Surveying. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Nov. 21 liam Preston. Peace concluded and the whole 

of the militia discharged except fifteen men at 

3QQ134 Blackmore's and the same number at Moccasin 

Gap j return of Colonel Henderson and Captain 
Hart from visit to the Cherokee ; Little Carpen- 
ter gone to Newbern. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Maj 1 * Campbells Lett r ab 1 discharging the Sol- 
diers Nov 21 st 1774. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Dec. 7 Asks instructions concerning settlement of ac- 

counts for expenses arising from the expedition 

3QQ136 and measures for defense of the frontier; sug- 

gests that Major Ingles, Buchanan, and himself 
make the collections; inquires whether A. Gal- 
breath or Abraham Staley's plats have been 
admitted to record. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Maj r Campbells Lett r . ab 1 settling the militia 
acct s . Dec r 1774. 

1774 Campbell, Maj. [Arthur]. Letter to Col. William Pres- 

ide. 12 ton. Has sent by Capt. Daniel Smith £11 be- 

ing money received for powder; has not yet re- 

3QQ136 ceived cash for powder delivered to Captains 

Thompson, Looney, and Boone ; asks what wages 
are to be allowed to the militia. A. L. Signa- 
ture cut away. 1 p. Endorsed : Maj r - Campbells 
Lett r ab* Powder Dec r 12 1774. 

1774 Douglas, James. Letter to [William Preston]. Arrival 

Dec. 14 in Williamsburg after a long and tedious jour- 

ney; glad to hear of Floyd's safe return; asks 

3QQ137 that he be informed of safe arrival of all those 

who were in their party; will make out plats 
while resting. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: M r 
Douglas L r 14 th Dec r 1774. 

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1774 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Smithfield. Inquiries about powder and lead, 

3QQ135 some of which is to be distributed among the 

militia, the remainder to be sold; anxious to 
oblige Johnston; offers deerskins for sale. 
A. L. S. lp. Endorsed: Major Campbell 1774. 

1774 Christian, Col. [William]. Number of men ordered ta 

Blackmore % Moore 's, Russell 's, J. Smith 's, 
3QQ63 head of Sandy Creek, the Cove, and Walker's 

Creek. A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: Col°. Christian 
1774. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, p. 85. 

{1774?] Dunmore, [John M. Virginia]. Land warrant to Wil- 
liam Christian for 3000 acres of land in Pin- 

3QQ9 castle County for services as a captain in the 

Second Virginia Regiment. D. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Cap 1 Christians Warrant 3000 acres. 

[c 1774] Elkhorn Creek, [Ky.] Plat of surveys. Names of the 
following land owners are shown: F. Barnes, 

3QQ32 Joseph Bickly, John Boyd, Carter, William 

Christian, A. J. Dandridge, John Draper, How- 
ard, William Ingles, William Meredith, William 
Philips, William Preston, Russell, George 
Skillern, Vaughan, and J. Ware. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Piatt of Surveys on N°. Elkhorn. 

[1775 [Byrd, William. Westover.] Letter to [William Pres- 

Jan. 11] ton?]. Asks that Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, widow 

of Nicholas Smith, be not disturbed in the pos- 

4QQ2 session of her lands by surveys for officers and 

soldiers; message sent by the Cherokee to Lord 
Dunmore, begging peace and trade. A. L. Sig- 
nature cut away. 1 p. 

1775 Christian, Col. William. Mr. Fleming's. Letter to [Wil- 
Jan. 26 Ham Preston] . The purchase of brimstone, the 

mining of saltpetre, and the erection of a pow- 
4QQ3 der mill; requests Preston to examine his entry 

for a place called Taylor's Spring; it was the 
first survey that Hancock Taylor made on Elk- 
horn; hopes Campbell will send; list of the 

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wounded and widows of those killed ; thinks 
Fleming will not go down before Botetourt 
Court. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col° Chris- 
, tians L r ab fc a Powder mill Jan^ 1775. 

1775 Campbell, Maj. Arthur. Royal Oak. Letter to [William 

Jan. 27 Preston]. Has engaged John Beck, the bearer, 

to go to New River to see the saltpetre mine 

4QQ4 and to make arrangements with him [Preston] 

about the erection of a powder mill; tells of his 
instructions to Buchanan, the commissary, con- 
cerning Captain Cocke's provision receipts for 
Carolina men and others who were not ordered 
on duty, and Captain Cocke's angry letter in 
consequence; inquiries about Capt. Francis 
Smith; anxious to have his affair with Gal- 
breath and Staley decided. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Maj r . Campbells Letter by Beck ab* a 
Powder mill. 

1775 Taylor, Col. John. Mount Airy. Letter to Col. [Wil- 

Jan. 28 liam] Preston. Capt. Hancock Lee, who has 

been appointed by the Ohio Company to survey 
4QQ5 their land, desires other work in addition. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Honb le - Col° John 

Taylor 1775. 

[1775 [Preston, William.] Letter to Gov. [John M. Dunmore]. 

Jan.] Informs of Henderson's purchase from the 

Cherokee, the treaty to be held at Watauga, and 

4QQ1 plans for settlement of the land; defines boun- 

daries, and gives an abstract of title. Auto, 
draft. 3 pp. Endorsed: Letter to the Gov 1 
ab* Henderson. 

1775 Smallman, Thomas. Pittsburgh. Letter to Col. William 

Mar. 8 Preston, Surveyor of Fincastle (County. En- 

closes a warrant of Col. Hugh Mercer of Fred- 

4QQ6 erieksburg to be forwarded by John Madison. 

A. L. S. 1 p. 

1775 P[reston], W[illiam]. Fincastle. Letter to [Gov. John 

Mar. 10 M.] Dunmore. Informing of the plans of Hen- 

4QQ7 derson Co. for the settlement of lands in 

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Kentucky acquired by purchase from the Cher- 
okee, asserting the prior title of Virginia, and 
proposing plan for effectin g settlem ent under 
auspices of the Crown; asking instructions as 
to the surveying of military bounty lands, and 
the provisioning of fort at Point Pleasant. 
Auto, draft, signed. 3 pp. Endorsed: Copy 
of a Letter to Lord Dunmore dated March 10 th 
1775. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolu- 
tion on the Upper Ohio (Madison, 1908), pp. 1~6. 

1775 Winston, E. Bedford. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Mar. 20 Smithfield. Hearing of Captain Russell's com- 

ing in, he procured the governor's letter to 

£QQ8 Cornstalk and forwarded it by Colonel Christ- 

ian; requests that the enclosed letter be sent 
to Captain Russell; asks intructions. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: M r . Winstone's Letter not an- 
swered. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Rev- 
olution o<n the Upper Ohio, p. 7. 

1775 Dunmore, [John M.] Williamsburg. Letter to [William 

Mak. 21 Preston?] Instructions concerning the surveys 

and sales of Crown lands; every means to be 

1QQ9 used to defeat mischievous designs of Hender- 

son and his associates; copies of enclosed proc- 
lamation to be distributed throughout the back 
country; copy of his letter to Captain Russell 
enclosed; also encloses paper addressed to the 
Cherokee to be forwarded to Little Carpenter. 
L. S. 5 pp. Part missing. Endorsed: Lord 
Dunmore. 

1775 Camm, John. Letter to [William Preston]. The presi- 

Mar. 22 dent and masters of the college displeased with 

the action of the surveyors of Augusta, Bote- 

4QQ10 tourt, and Fincastle counties in regard to Capt- 

ain Crawford's surveys; requests that the lands 
surveyed by Bullitt for Capt. Robert M c Kenzie 
be secured to him. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : 
Commissary Camm's Lett r . March 22 d . 1775. 
Answered. 

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177D Byrd, Col. William. Westover. Letter to Col. [William] 

Mar. 23 Preston. Bespeaking his services in securing 

to Captain M c Kenzie land surveyed for him by 
4QQ11 Captain Bullitt. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

Col W m . Byrds two Lett rs . of Jan^ & March 

1775. Answered. 

1775 Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Apr. 4 Smithfield. Waddell 's proposed purchase of 

Spring Hill plantation; importance of securing 

4QQ12 his services as minister of Tinkling Spring con- 

gregation; invitation to the presbytery to be 
held the second Wednesday of the month ; hopes 
lining sent by Alexander Breckinridge was re- 
ceived; family matters. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: R d M r Brown's Letter Ap. 1775. 

1775 P[reston] W[illiam]. Letter to [John] Camm. In reply 

Apr. 18 to letter of March 22; full explanation of his 

action and that of the surveyors of Augusta and 

4QQ13 Botetourt counties in regard to Captain Craw- 

ford's surveys; disclaims any intention of giv- 
ing offense to the college, or of bringing any 
action against Crawford; a certificate of Capt. 
Robert M c Kenzie's survey sent to his agent, 
Alexander Craig. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. 
Endorsed: Copy of a Letter to M r Commissary 
Camm Ap. 1775. 

1775 P[reston] W[illiam]. Letter to Col. [William] Christian. 

May 1 Orders for the militia. Auto, draft, signed. 

2 pp. Endorsed: Copy of a Letter to Col . 
4QQ14 Christian ab* the militia in May 1775. Printed: 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper 

Ohio, pp. 8, 9. 

1775 Brown, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Smithfield, 

Mat 5 Fincastle County, [Va.] Proceedings of the 

presbytery relative to proposed seminary ; much 

4QQ15 talk about Kentucky; grateful for kindness to 

his children; Waddell's negotiations for pur- 
chase of Spring Hill; 5000 acres of land in Ken- 
tucky to be surveyed for his nephew, Benjamin 
Brown; Sister Breckinridge requested to make 
payment on his account; news from Boston; 

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names price which he thinks Waddell would 
pay for Spring Hill. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
M r Brown's Lett r May 1775. Partly printed in 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper 
Ohio, pp. 10-12. 

1775 [Russell, William.] Fort Blair. Letter to [William Flem- 

June 12 ing] . On hearing of battles fought near Bos- 

ton; preparations for evacuation of fort at 

4QQ19 Point Pleasant; criticism of Preston; Corn- 

stalk's recent visit; disposition of the Pick, 
Mingo, and Shawnee Indians ; settlement of Ken- 
tucky ; meeting of the convention. A. L. 2 pp. 
Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on 
the Upper Ohio, pp. 12-17. 

1775 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston], Governor 

June 19 Dunmore and the western lands ; claims of the 

Loyal Land Company and Walpole Company; 

4QQ20 proceedings in convention in regard to Hen- 

derson's purchase; Crawford's affair; political 
reflections apropos of recent events in Boston 
and Tieonderoga; contents to be private. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r Lewis June 19 th 
1775. 

1775 Gass, David. Kentucky River. Letter to Col. William 

June 26 Preston. Requests that entries made by Wil- 

liam Bush, William Cowan, and himself on Ken- 

4QQ22 tucky River be " taken in"; memorandum giv- 

ing exact location and extent of lands. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: David Gass's Mem°. for Entries 
on the Kentucke to be put in bayl Book. 

1775 Craig, Alexander. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Wil- 

Jitne 29 liam Preston, Surveyor of Pincastle [County. 

Va.] Concerning his efforts to collect money 

4QQ21 from Captain Collins, Charlton, Colonels Byrd 

and Peachy, and Southall; probable that Capt. 
Walter Stewart may come with troops from 
Europe ; requests that his claim be reserved a 
while longer; has received no answer to letters 
to Captain M c Kenzie ; asks assistance in sale of 
Captain Poison's Kanawha land; also that on 
Kentucky. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

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1775 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Disappointed 

June in making visit he had planned to Smithfield; 

knows of nothing to prevent his meeting Pres- 

4QQ22 ton at court unless it be a presbyterial ap- 

pointment at Stone Meeting-house ; encloses let- 
ter from Tony and a receipt; Sister Lettice to 
pay him £16 10s. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : M r 
Brown June 1775. 

1775 [Preston, William.] Letter to Oconastota, Little Car- 

[June] penter, Judge Friend, and the other chiefs of 

the warlike nation of the Cherokee. Encloses 

4QQ17 letter from Governor Dunmore relative to re- 

cent sale [to Henderson] of lands on the Ohio 
below the Kentucky; states that the Cherokee 
have no claim to that land, that it belongs to 
the king by virtue of the treaties of Lancaster, 
Logstown, and Port Stanwix; hopes the affair 
will be settled in a friendly manner. Auto. 
draft. 1 p. On reverse : Surveys bearing the 
names of John Campbell, Henry Dougherty, 
Charles Blackly, and William M c Elhenny. En- 
dorsed: Letter to the Cherokees by M r Boyd. 
1775. 

1775 Preston, William. Letter to [John] Dunmore. For- 

June warded letter to Little Carpenter and the Chero- 

kee chiefs by Andrew Boyd, who will also de- 

4QQ18 liver their answer to his lordship; a trader's 

account of the treaty [with Henderson] ; quota- 
tion from letter of Oconastota concerning war 
against the white people; Boyd to apply for 
bounty land due to officers of his brother's 
rank. Auto, draft signed. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Copy of a Letter to the Governor by M r . And w 
Boyd. Dunmore. 

1775 Christian, Col. William. Magazine Spring. Letter to 

July 4 Col. William Preston. ""Committee meeting to 

be held at M c Gavock*s the following Monday; 

4QQ23 asks that he bring accounts relating to powder 

works ; reported that R. Doggett and companion 
were killed at or near Nolichucky; also that 
some Cherokee were concerned in murder in 

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Kentucky. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col 
Christian's Letter giving notice of a Com?. 

1775 Ross, Alexander. Pittsburgh. Letter to Col. William 

July 8 Preston, Surveyor of Fincastle County, [Va.] 

Inquiring about land purchased from Capt. 

4QQ24 Alexander M c Kee which Douglas promised to 

survey for him; also land assigned by Capt. 
Coles Graydon to John Davidson, a merchant of 
Annapolis. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r 
Ross. Pittsburg July 8 th 1775. 

[1775] Christian, Col. William. Letter to [William Preston]. 

July 12 Informing of proceedings of recent committee 

meeting, and enclosing petition in regard to sur- 

4QQ25 veys ; any message for him may be sent by John 

Brander who will stop by Craig's and Gray's 
en route to Richmond. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Col Christian's Lett 1 " Wednesday 12 th 
July. 

1775 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. The other 

July 25 world increasing fast through war and sickness ; 

uncertain news from Boston; an appointment to 

4QQ26 administer sacrament at Stone Meeting-house 

will prevent his meeting Preston at court ; Ken- 
tucky lands to be surveyed for Graham. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: enclosing M r . Blackburn's Bond 
July 1775. 

1775 Brown, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Smithfield. 

July 26 Introducing his friend, the Rev. Mr. Rhea, who 

4QQ27 intends to visit Reed Creek. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1775 Madison, William. Letter to Col. William Preston. Cap- 

July tain Floyd desires instructions in regard to 

lands that he is to survey under the proclama- 

4QQ30 tion; opposition of people upon Kentucky in 

consequence of letters from Colonel Christian 
and Captain Russell ; suggests that letter to Cap- 
tain Floyd be sent by Daniel Boone who will re- 
turn to Kentucky the last of the month. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed : M r W Madisons Lettr. 

1775 Brown, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Smith- 

Aug. 10 field. Received letter by Tony; astonished at 

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information contained therein relative to 
4QQ28 Charles; fears his position as member of the 

committee has turned his head; comments on 
orders received by Preston relative to surveys, 
and the action of a pretended friend; thanks 
for kindness extended to Rhea ; instructions 
concerning land to be entered in name of Archi- 
bald Blackburn. A. L. S. 1 p. M r Brown's 
Lett 1 " Aug* 10 th 1775. 

1775 Lewis, Thomas. Richmond. Letter to [William Preston]. 

Aug. 19 Proceedings of the Virginia Convention ; resolu- 

tion in regard to Lord Dunmore's proclamation 

4QQ29 of May 8, 1775 and Preston's petition; military 

preparations; delegates to general Congress; 
the Committee of Safety named ; the colonies di- 
vided by Congress into three districts for pur- 
pose of treating with the Indians ; Carleton 
active. P. S. [Aug.] 21* Passage of various 
ordinances. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : M r 
Tho s Lewis's Letter Aug fc 18 th 1775. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper 
Ohio, pp. 21-24. 

1775 Brown, John. Letter to Col. William Preston, Smithfield, 

Aug. 24 Fincastle County, [Va.] Local news relating 

to ministerial appointments, prospects of the 

4QQ31 proposed seminary, and the establishment of a 

school at Round Oak; payment of expenses of 
late expedition ; charges preferred against Pres- 
ton; Cummings' right to serve as one of the 
committee questioned. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed : M r Browns Letter Aug fc 1775. 

1775 Lewis, Thomas. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to Col. Wil- 

[Aug.] liam Preston, Fincastle County, [Va.] [Practi- 

cally the same as 4QQ29]. A. L. S. 2 pp. Mu- 
4QQ33 tilated. Tho s . Lewis. 1775. 

[1775 [Preston, William.] Letter to Col. [William] Christian. 

Aug.] On hearing of the committee's petition to the 

convention charging him [Preston] with hav- 

4QQ32 ing improperly conducted surveys under his 

direction, and casting aspersions upon his char- 
acter. Auto, draft. 3 pp. Endorsed: Copy of 

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a Letter to Col Christian about y e Committee 
Pet n . 

1775 Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Waddell's 

Oct. 10 negotiations with Thompson for purchase of 

Spring Hill; "The judgement of the Comittee 
4QQ34 was read publickly much to the satisfection of 

your friends — indeed to all;" hopes to visit him 

after the presbytery. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

M r Browns L r Oct r . 1775. 

1775 Virginia, The Committee of Safety for the Colony of. 

Oct. 29 Commission to Thomas Burk as captain of a 

company of militia of Fincastle County. Signed 

4QQ159 by Edmund Pendleton, Thomas Lud [ington] 

Lee, P. Carrington, Dudley Digges, James 
Mercer, and John Tabb. Printed form filled 
in, signed. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Burk Oct 1 *. 
29 th . 

1775 Dickinson, Col. John. Cow Pasture. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Dec. 16 liam Preston, King's Surveyor in Fincastle 

[County, Va.] Query concerning surveys that 

4QQ35 Floyd was to make for him in Kentucky; his 

cousin Josiah Pease going to Kentucky; satis- 
faction of Preston's old friends on the re-estab- 
lishment of his good name ; sends his compliments 
to Col. David Robinson. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed : Col°. Dickinsons Letter Dec r 16 th . 1775. 

[1775?] [Preston, William.] Letter to [Edmund] Pendleton. 
The spirit of opposition to ministerial measures 

4QQ34 gaining ground in the back country; attitude 

of the descendants of the Irish Protestants; re- 
ceived letter from Ocontastota, making warm 
professions of friendship; advisability of secur- 
ing friendship of Indians on the frontiers. 
Auto, draft. 1 p. Fragment. Endorsed: Let- 
ter to M r . Pendleton. 

1776 Mercer, Hugh. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. Wil- 

Feb. 10 liam Preston. Informing of the favorable re- 

port of committee appointed to investigate 
4QQ36 charges against him. Copy by Draper. 1 p. 

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1776 Shoat, Gabriel. Fincastle County. Deposition to the ef- 

May 13 feet that the Cherokee are about to make war 

on the people of Watauga, Nolichucky, and 

4QQ38 Horse Creek; that they are aided and abetted 

by Cameron, Stuart, and Capt. Nathaniel Gist; 
Isaac Thomas named as the source of his infor- 
mation. Sworn before John Montgomery and 
James M c Gavock. Contemporary copy [!]. 
2 pp. Endorsed: Shoat 's Deposition. 

1776 Bledsoe, Maj. Anthony. Holston. Letter to Col. Wil- 

May 14 liam Preston. Cherokee instigated by Stuart 

and Cameron ; people greatly alarmed by Isaac 

4QQ39 Thomas' account of the situation; request for 

more powder; opened letter to enclose Isaac 
Thomas' deposition. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Maj r Bledsoe's Lett r May 14 th . 1776. 

1776 [Christian, Gilbert.] Pendleton District, Long Island. 

May 16 Letter to [William Preston]. The inhabitants 

of the Lower Holston in great fear of the In- 

4QQ40 dians; request for men and ammunition; money 

sent for the latter; Capt. William Briseo rais- 
ing men ; desires instructions ; the bearer, James 
King, to be furnished with a receptacle for car- 
rying the powder. A. L. Signature cut away. 
1 P. 

1776 Todd Jr., John. Mansfield. Letter to [William Preston]. 

May 17 Informed by Floyd that land on which his 

brother has settled has been entered by Pres- 

4QQ41 ton ; requests that the entry be removed ; land re- 

ferred to is called Barton's Lick. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Jn° Tods Lett 1 ' about Bartons Lick 
1776. 

1776 Bledsoe, Maj. Anthony. Capt. Shelby's. Letter to Col. 

May 22 William Preston, Fincastle [County, VaJ En- 

closes copy of letter from the Cherokee; the 

4QQ42 original to be sent to convention of North Car- 

olina ; people greatly alarmed, some fleeing; 
asks that powder be procured and sold to the 
frontiersmen, and that a meeting of the com- 
mittee be called for the adoption of measures 

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of defense. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Maj r 
Bledsoes Letter 22 d May 1776. 

1776 Lewis, Capt. Aaron. Letter to [William Preston]. Ap- 

May 24 prehensions of an Indian war; has this day 

called a muster of his company; thirty volun- 

4QQ43 teers promised ; application for powder. A. L. S.. 

1 p. Endorsed: Cap 1 Lewis's Lett r ab fc Pow- 
der. 

1776 Cocke, Capt. William. Amos Eaton's. Letter to Maj. 

May 27 Anthony Bledsoe. Calling to mind the services 

rendered by the frontiersmen in former wars* 

4QQ44 and expressing hope that the convention will 

render assistance in the present danger from 
the Cherokee, who, he intimates, are instigated 
by the British. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* 
Cocke's Lett 1 * May 27 th . 1776. 

1776 [Virginia] Committee of Safety. Williamsburg. Order 

May 27 to the effect that 200 lbs. of powder be for- 

warded to each of the counties of Fincastle, 

4QQ48 Botetourt, and Pittsylvania, it having appeared 

in affidavits of Gabriel Shoat and John Ram- 
sey which were enclosed in letter of Col. Wil- 
liam Preston, that an attack by the Cherokee on 
the southwestern frontier is probable. Signed 
by J. Beckley, assistant clerk. Contemporary 
copy. 1 p. Endorsed: For Col . Fleming Bote- 
tourt & forwarded by him to Col . Preston. 

1776 Brooks, Matthew. Letter to Maj. [Anthony] Bledsoe. 

May 30 News from North Carolina; death of Parks in 

Powell's Valley; receipt of depositions setting 
4QQ46 forth danger threatening people of Fincastle 

County; proffer of assistance; the writer en 

route to Watauga to see Charles Eobinson. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Mat: Brook, May 30 th 

1776. 

1776 Carter, John. Watauga. Letter to [William Preston?]. 

May 30 Eeturn of John Bryan and Isaac Thomas, mes- 

sengers to the Cherokee nation; substance of 
4QQ45 the former's deposition telling of the capture 

of Preston Hampton and his brother, the activ- 

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ities of Cameron and Capt. Nathaniel Gist, and 
mentioning the visit of Capt. James Ycrke to 
the nation. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: John 
Bryan's Deposition. 

1776 Christian, William. Fincastle Town. Letter to Col. Wil- 

June 8 liam Preston, Smithneld. Regarding the prob- 

ability of war with the Cherokee who are in- 

4QQ49 stigated by the traders; efforts to force the set- 

tlers to move within the line ; measures for de- 
fense; the treaty at Augusta; treaty held by 
middle Cherokee; settlement of personal ac- 
counts; concerning the report that the people 
of Watauga will join the enemy. A. L. S. 4 pp. 
Endorsed: W. Christian. 

1776 Fleming, William. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

June 8 Fincastle County, [Va.] Impracticability of 

marching an army along the route pointed out 

4QQ47 by Stuart; the frontier being exposed to an in- 

vasion from Canada, the committee will no 
doubt provide a proper store of ammunition in 
each county; distribution of powder sent by 
Boone ; Dunmore at mouth of York River. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Will: Fleming June 
8 tb . 1776. 

1776 [Preston, William.] Fincastle. Letter to [Edmund] 

June 15 Pendleton. Measures for protection of the 

frontier against the Cherokee; asks instructions 

4QQ50 as to manner of dealing with the Tories; Isaac 

Thomas engaged as messenger to the Indians in 
an effort to maintain peace; Powell's Valley 
deserted; Roberts with Tories on Elk Creek. 
Auto, draft. 2 pp. Endorsed: Letter to Pres- 
ident Pendleton. 

1776 [Virginia] Committee of Safety. Williamsburg. Order 

June 20 concerning the raising of militia for the protec- 

tion of inhabitants of Fincastle County; the 

4QQ51 propriety of sending a talk to the chief of the 

Cherokee, should hostilities not yet have com- 
menced; the delivery of powder and lead to 
Colonel Russell. Signed by Edmund Pendle- 
ton, President. Contemporary copy [?] 1 p. 

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Endorsed : Col° Pendleton Letter from the 
Committe. 

1776 Todd Jr., John. Mansfield. Letter to Col. William Pres- 

June 22 ton, Fincastle County, Va. Requests that en- 

tries be made for himself and his uncle, and 

4QQ52 for Overton, Daniel Turner, and Parker also, 

if it can be done without their writing; weak- 
ness of the entry law ; Kentucky distracted 
with the clashing interests of cabining and sur- 
veying. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r Todd's 
Letter June 22 d 1776. 

1776 Russell, William. Letter to Col. William Preston, County 

July 7 Lieutenant of Fincastle. Two men killed at 

Blackmore's Fort; John Douglas killed at Lit- 
4QQ53 tie Moccasin Gap ; the militia from New River 

anxious to get back to their crops; visit to his 
family ; enlistment of men in the different 
forts; Madison's appointment by the conven- 
tion; spies sent to people on Kentucky to give 
notice of the war; Thomas Price's deposition 
sent to the governor; copy enclosed. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: W. Russell May [sic] 1776. 

1776 Russell, Capt. William. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

July 17 Calling on the county lieutenant for 150 armed 

men to repel invasion of the Cherokee; infor- 

4QQ54 mation obtained from Isaac Thomas. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Russell's Letter July 
17 th 1776. 

1776 Russell, Col. William. Letter to Col. William Preston 

July 20 Commencement of hostilities with the Chero- 

kee; requests that reinforcements be hastened 

4QQ55 forward; necessary to increase guard at the 

lead mines; application to Colonel Fleming for 
powder; refers to Captain M c Corkle for an 
account of victory at Charleston. A. L. S. 

2 pp. On same sheet: Note from James Rob- 
ertson informing of Indian signs discovered by 
William Falling and other scouts, and of the 
expected attack on the fort. Endorsed: Col . 
Russell's Letter July 20 th 1776. 

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1776 Montgomery, John, and James M c Gavock. Fort Chis- 

July 22 well. Letter to [William Preston]. Request 

4QQ56 for powder. A. L. S. 2 pp. Mutilated. 

1776 Russell, Capt. William. [Fort] Cliiswell. Letter to Col. 

July 23 William Preston, County Lieutenant of Fin- 

castle. Informed by Captain Madison of vic- 

4QQ57 tory over the Cherokee near Big Island; the 

militia preparing to march ; Captain Draper to 
join him in the evening; a fort being erected 
at the lead mines ; applications to Colonel Flem- 
ing for powder; the governor requested to send 
an expedition; suggests that he write to Lynch 
for powder. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* 
Russell's Letter July 23 d 1776. 

1776 Russell, Col. William. William Sawyer's. Letter to Col. 

July 23 William Preston, County Lieutenant of Bote- 

tourt [sic]. Came down to meet company from 

4QQ58 Botetourt; glad to hear Colonel Robertson's 

company has been ordered out; asks that let- 
ters be forwarded to the governor, that powder 
be sent to Fort Chiswell or the mines as soon 
as possible, and that he use his influence in 
forwarding expedition; has written [to the 
governor] for troops and ammunition ; en- 
closes an account of the battle. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Col . Russell's Letter July 23 d . 1776. 

[1776 Russell, Col. William. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

July 24] County Lieutenant of Fincastle. Will attempt 

to relieve people at Watauga who are in great 

4QQ59 danger from the Cherokee ; urges him to hasten 

forward men and ammunition ; suggests that 
powder be procured from Colonel Lynch and 
that Colonel Robertson see to the collection of 
drafts. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col - Rus- 
sells Letter. 

1776 Russell, William. Letter to Col. William Preston, County 

July 27 Lieutenant of Fincastle. Conveying thanks for 

measures taken during the late alarm ; his 

4QQ60 wishes in regard to the drafting of men, the 

placing of scouts, and the defense of the lead 
mines; news of the advance of Indians, the de- 

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feat of the Carolinians at Quaker Meadows, 
and the tedious march of the Botetourt com- 
pany. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: W. Russell 
July 1776. 

1776 Preston, "William. Fincastle. Letter to . Arrange- 

July 30 ments for the expedition which the council has 

ordered to be sent against the Cherokee. Auto. 
4QQ61 draft, signed. 2 pp. 

1776 Cary, Archibald. Ampthill. Letter to Col. William 

July 31 Preston, Fincastle. Commiserating the fron- 

tiersmen on account of the Cherokee invasion; 

4QQ62 expressing his pleasure on hearing of young 

Shelby's good conduct at the battle; stigmatiz- 
ing Gist; promising to use his influence in be- 
half of the settlers, and offering to them the 
use of his land in Bedford County. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Endorsed: Arb : Cary July 1776. 

1776 Page, John, President of the Council. Williamsburg, 

Aug. 1 [*V"a.] Letter to Col. William Preston, Fin- 

castle County, [Va.] Withdrawing the offer 

4QQ63 made him to act as commissary for troops to 

be sent on expedition against the Overhill 
Cherokee, Thomas Madison having been al- 
ready appointed by the convention. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Presidents Letter Aug*. 1, 1776. 

1776 Fleming, William. Letter to [William Preston] . No re- 

Aug. 2 cent news of the Indians; hopes they have re- 

turned home; lack of powder in Botetourt 

4QQ65 County; has received orders to raise men for 

expedition against the Cherokee; two prisoners 
delivered at Pittsburgh; probably taken on 
Kentucky; Captain Arbuckle ordered to Point 
Pleasant. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Will: 
Fleming May 1776. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Revolution on tlie Upper Ohio, pp. 174- 
176. 

1776 Preston, William. Fincastle. Letter to President [of 

Aug. 2 the Council]. Informing of his measures for 

the defense of the lead mines, the siege of the 
4QQ64 fort at Watauga, the raising of militia for the 

expedition, and arrangements for provisioning 

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the army. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. Muti- 
lated. Endorsed: Letter to the President Aug T 
2 d . 1776. 

1776 Buchanan, John. Camp near Gwyn's Island. Letter to 

Aug. 3 Col. William Preston, Smithfield, Fincastle 

County, [Va.] Dunmore driven from Gwyn's 

4QQ66 Island; Captain Arandole killed; greetings 

from Captain Crockett and Lieutenant Sayers; 
has heard of the battle with Indians on Holston 
River. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: John Bu- 
chanan 1776. 

1776 Lewis, Gen. Andrew. Williamsburg, [ Va. J Letter to 

Aug. 7 [William Preston]. Concerning arrangements 

for expedition against the Cherokee ; defeat of 

4QQ67 the enemy near Great Island; treaty in prog- 

ress at Pittsburgh ; troops ordered to New York 
leaving the state in an exposed position; and 
Dunmore 's recent movements. A. L. S. 4 pp. 
Endorsed: General Lewis's Letter 1776. 

1776 Preston, William. Fincastle. Letter to . Prepara- 

Aug. 9 tions for expedition against the Cherokee ; 

Capt. [Thomas] Madison to act as commissary; 
4QQ68 two companies of riflemen at Watauga willing 

to enter into service of Virginia. Auto, draft, 

signed. 1 p. 

1776 Buchanan, James. Letter to [William Preston]. Con- 

Aug. 11 cerning the purchase and transportation of pro- 

visions; encloses list of articles bought, hired, 

4QQ37 and bespoke according to instructions. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: J. Buchanan May 11 th . 1776. 

1776 M c Gavock, James. Letter to [William Preston]. Dis- 

Aug. 14 satisfaction with political conditions ; urges 

him to serve once more in the assembly; has 
4QQ69 heard his loyalty to his country questioned. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: James M c Gavock, 

Aug* 14 th 1776. 

1776 Christian, William. Haw Bottom. Letter to [William 

Aug. 27 Preston]. Received letter with the plats; ac- 

knowledges invitation; expects to be at Smith- 
4QQ70 field on Wednesday; will go first to Colonel 

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Fleming's and to Vause's; Bonnes ? s failure to 
obtain sulphur from Colonel Bannister; news 
from Carolina. A. L. S. 1 p. On the reverse: 
List of books. Endorsed: W. Christian, Aug' 
1776. 

1776 Robertson, Col. James. Letter to Col. "William Preston. 

Sept. 16 Report to his superior officer concerning the 

discharge of his orders for the drafting of men 

4QQ72 and other measures for the protection of the 

inhabitants ; recent Indian depredations on Hol- 
ston. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col Robert- 
son's Letter. 

1776 [Virginia, Assembly.] ''Extract of an act of Assembly, 

Sept. 20 entitled An act for giving farther power to the 

Governour and Council, and for other pur- 

4QQ71 poses. ' ' On same sheet : ' ' Extract from the 

Continental Articles of War of September 20, 
1776." Concerning deserters. Printed broad- 
side. 1 p. 

1776 Russell, William. Fort Chiswell. Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 21 Preston. Troops on the march as ordered by 

Colonel Christian; party of Indians seen near 

4QQ73 Watauga Fort on the 18th; inquiry concerning 

drafts ordered by Colonel Robertson to go out 
on Sandy Creek; an interview requested; Jon- 
athan Jennings' son and a negro killed at 
Blackmore's Fort; no news of Captain Smith 
who went over to Clinch last week. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Endorsed: Col° Russell's Letter. 

1776 Thompson, Capt. James. Camp at 3 Springs. Letter to 
Oct. 6 [William Preston]. Col. William Christian's 

expedition against the Indians; 1800 men in 
4QQ74 number. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : Cap* 

Thompsons Letter from Camp. 

1777 Christian, William, William Preston, and Evan Shelby, 
Jan. 22- Commissioners on the part of Virginia. Record 
Apr, 21 of their negotiations with the Cherokee at Fort 

Patrick Henry; the correspondence between 
4QQ76-149 the commissioners and the Cherokee chiefs; 

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their speeches and acts are contained herein. 
Contemporary copy. 75 pp. Some pages are 
duplicated. 

1777 Henry Jr., Patrick. Hanover. Letter to Col. William 

Jan. 22 Christian. Appointing him, Col. William Pres- 

ton, and Maj. Evan Shelby as commissioners on 

4QQ77, 78 behalf of Virginia to conduct treaty with the 

Cherokee. Contemporary copy. 2 pp. 

4QQ108-110 . Contemporary copy. 3 pp. 

[1777] [Christian, William, William Preston and Evan Shelby. 

Apr. Fort Patrick] Henry. Letter to [Patrick 

Henry Jr.] An account of their transactions 

4QQ150-153 at treaty with the Cherokee; a second treaty 

to be held at same place on June 26 next, when 
it is hoped Dragging Canoe will be present ; no- 
tice of treaty to be sent to governor of North 
Carolina; Oconastota, Little Carpenter, and 
other chiefs to visit Williamsburg; distressed 
situation of people in Washington County; aid! 
recommended. Contemporary copy. 4 pp. 

1777 Todd, Rev. John. Louisa. Letter to Col. William Pres- 

May 16 ton, Fincastle. On the exposed situation of 

people in Kentucky ; need of succor ; news of an 

4QQ154 Indian attack on Kentucky. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: Rev d . M r Todds L r 1777. 

1777 Caswell, Gov. Richard. Newbern, N. C. Commission to 

June 12 Waightstill Avery, William Sharpe, Robert La- 

nier, and Joseph Winston to act in behalf of 

4QQ155 North Carolina in conjunction with commis- 

sioners of Virginia and South Carolina in estab- 
lishing a peace and fixing a boundary line be- 
tween the Cherokee and the white people. 
Signed by J. Glasgow, Sec. D. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed : Carolina Com r Cmm u &c. 

[1777 [Christian, William, William Preston, and Evan Shelby.] 

June 26?] Speech by the Commissioners on the part of 

Virginia at treaty with the Cherokee. Profes- 

4QQ156, 157 sion of friendship; Dragging Canoe, Judge 

Friend, Lying Fish, and Young Tassell absent 
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authorized to act for the nation; ammunition, 
provisions, and other goods supplied as prom- 
ised at last treaty; boundary line to be estab- 
lished between the Cherokee and white people; 
commissioners from North Carolina present; 
messages from Stuart and Cameron, advising 
peace; General Lewis' profession of regard for 
the nation; his distrust of Cameron. Draft in 
Preston's handwriting. 2 pp. 

1778 Page, Lieut-Gov. John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Feb. 4 [William Preston], His letter about the un- 

happy situation of the frontiers received in the 

4QQ161 governor's absence; no action to be taken until 

18th inst. when a full meeting of the board can 
be had; an order for 500 lbs. lead enclosed; in- 
structions in the event of the beginning of hos- 
tilities. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1778 Burk, Capt. Thomas. Letter to [William Preston] . Has 

Feb. 18 called the men together according to orders; 

refuses to take the oath of allegiance; encloses 

4QQ158 his commission and tenders his resignation. 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Burks Letter & 
Lists. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Fron- 
tier Defense on the Upper Ohio (Madison, 1912), 
pp. 203, 204. 

1778 Preston, William. Montgomery. Warrant to Constable 

Feb. 23 Bryan M c Donald for the apprehension and arrest 

of Thomas Heavin on a charge of disloyalty to 

4QQ160 the cause of independence; Lieut. William M c - 

Mullen, Eobert Richey, James Bane Jr., Philip 
Barragar, and John Smythe to be summoned as 
witnesses in behalf of the state. A. D. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Warr* for Tho s Heavin. 

1778 [Preston, William.] Montgomery. Letter to [Patrick 

Mar. 4 Henry?] Asking that a commission as justice 

of the peace be forwarded to Botetourt or 

4QQ162 Montgomery counties before the April term of 

court; mentioning the deplorable situation of 
the frontier settlements, and requesting an 
answer to his letter of January 16. Auto, 
draft. 1 p. 

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1778 Preston, William, and William Fleming. Botetourt. Let- 

Mar. 14 ter to [Patrick Henry]. Meeting at General 

Lewis' to consider matter suggested in his let- 

4QQ163 ter of February 19; recommendations for de- 

fense of frontier; a post of communication with 
Fort Eandolph to be fixed at Kelly's; murder 
of Indians at Fort Randolph ; depositions of 
Captain Arbuckle and Colonel Skillern in re- 
gard thereto. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, 
pp. 223-225. 

[1778 [Preston, William.] Memorandum for a proposed letter 

Mar. 14] to the Shawnee Indians concerning the murder 

of their people ; expressing the desire of the Vir- 

4QQ163 ginians to maintain peace and to bring the mur- 

derers to justice. A. N. 1 p. On same sheet : 
Letter from William Fleming and himself to 
[Patrick Henry], Mar. 14, 1778. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, p. 261. 

1778 Walker, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston]. Li- 

Mar. 23 structions concerning the taking of depositions 

in support of claims under grant to Loyal Land 
4QQ164 Company; mentions his having explored the 

country far west of the settlements in 1750. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: D r Walkers Lett r . 

1778 Clyme[r], George, Samp [son] Mathews, and Samuel M c - 

Mar. 26 Dowe [11] . Pittsburgh. Letter to Col. William 

Preston, Lieutenant of the county of Mont- 

4QQ165 gomery. They, the commissioners, have recom- 

mended to Congress that two regiments be 
raised for defense of frontiers of Virginia and 
Pennsylvania ; General Hand empowered to 
order out the militia; any order of his to be 
complied with. L. S. 1 p. Mutilated. En- 
dorsed : The Commissions [sic] Letter from 
Pittsburg 1778. 

1778 [Hand, Edward.] Fort Pitt. Letter to Col. [William] 

Mar. 27 Preston, Lieutenant of Montgomery County. 

Instructing him to call out the militia in defense 

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incursions of the Indians. A. L. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: A Lett 1 ' supposed to be from G. Hand 
[sic], 

1778 Henry, Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

Mat 5 liam Fleming]. Acknowledges letter by Col- 

onel Henderson; authorizes him to act on his 

4QQ167 orders of March 27, rather than those of Gen- 

eral Hand; approves his and Preston's address 
to the Shawnee; and requests him to inform 
Colonel Stuart as to number of men needed to 
defend post at Kelly's. Copy. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Gov rs . Letter May 5 th - 1778 P Henry. 



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Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 
William Preston, Montgomery. Authorizing 
him to keep a sergeant and twelve men sta- 
tioned at his house at Draper's Meadow. 
A. L. S. 1 p. 

Stephen. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 
liam Preston]. Keceipt of letters by Captain 
M c Clanahan; promises to look after land inter- 
4QQ169 ests, should the assembly take up the matter; 

bills for raising men for the army; a guard 
granted to Preston to protect his family : treaty 
with France ; embarkation of British army ; 
transportation of powder. A. L. S. 4 pp. En- 
dorsed: M r Triggs L r May 17 th 78. 

Breckinridge, Lieut. Alexander. Camp Valley Forge. 
17 Letter to [William Preston], Receipt of letter 

of February 1 by Lieutenant Walker; military 
movements; General Howe to sail for home the 
following Wednesday; the Queen's birthday 
celebration on 6th inst. ; cheers for France, 
Spain, and the United States of America; en- 
closes bond for Joseph Drake on Peter Craford. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M 1 ' Breckenridges 
Letter May 17 th 1778. 

1778 Henry, Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

May 17 William Preston, Montgomery. Refusal of the 

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counties; reinforcements to be had from the 
neighboring militia in case of attack; advan- 
tages of good, scouts. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1778 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to [William Preston?] 

Mat 29 Acknowledges receipt of £35 for subsistence of 

recruits, also £9 for the county; the land matter 
4QQ172 put off until second Monday in next session; 

will send a copy of the petition against the 

grantees with his [Walker's] opinion. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Doct r Walkers Lett r . 1778 

of Use. 

1778 Lewis, Andrew. Letter to Col. William Preston ; Mont- 

June 8 goniery. Encloses letters from \ Colonel Flem- 

ing] and Samuel Lewis; Fleming's efforts to 

4QQ173 protect the inhabitants; people still uneasy; 

Indians having been seen near Dyerly's, James 
Neely's, Jameson's Plantation, Sweet Springs, 
and Absalom Looney's; inquiries about the mi- 
litia, reinforcements etc. ; Dick wounded by In- 
dians; three different parties in the vicinity. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Mutilated. Endorsed: G-. Lewis. 

1778 Robertson, James. Letter to Col. William Preston. Has 

June 9 waited impatiently for the Henry [County] 

militia; will move his family to Peter Dyerly's 
4QQ175 tomorrow, and requests that one or two soldiers 

be sent there to guard them ; he himself going on 

the frontiers. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : James 

Robertson lettr 1778. 

1778 Trigg, Stephen. Dunkard Bottom, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

June 14 William Preston. Just returned from Wil- 

liamsburg; news of the assembly; land matters 

4QQ176 postponed; Invasion Act amended; order from 

the governor for powder and lead; Fleming to 
let him [Preston] have a cask of powder; ex- 
pedition against the Indians; Daniel Trigg with 
him at present time ; request for a guard. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : Stephen Trigg 1778. 

1778 Fleming, William. Letter to Col. William Preston, Mont- 

June 16 gomery. As to the advisability of placing a re- 

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on Greenbrier; reference to Floyd. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: 1778. 

1778 Henry, Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

June 27 liam Preston] . Keceipt of letter by Madison ; 

provisions, powder, and gun flints to be lodged 

4QQ178 at Colonel Fleming's for the general use of the 

southwestern frontier; suggestions as to expe- 
dition against the Indians; treaty with the 
Shawnee and Delawares ordered by Congress to 
be held at Pittsburgh on July 23; discretionary 
power placed in Preston. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

[Preston, William.] Letter to [Andrew Lewis]. In re- 
ply to letter of [June] 8; congratulations on the 
gallant conduct of a youth in defending a post 
against the Indians. [Evidently alluding to 
Col. Samuel Lewis and defense of Donnally's 
Fort.] Auto, draft. 1 p. Mutilated. 

Walker, Dr. Thomas. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 
[William Preston]. Message to Capt. John 
Floyd about ten guineas borrowed of Dr. [Ben- 
jamin] Franklin; receipt of Colonel Pendleton's 
account against Colonel Patton 's estate ; af- 
fairs of the Loyal Land Company; a copy of 
petition against monopolies enclosed; surprised 
to see names of Evan Shelby, Isaac Buddie, and 
the Montgomerys among the signers; has writ- 
ten Maj. Daniel Smith about the matter. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Doct r Walkers Let- 
ter of use. 

Donelson, Col. John. Pittsylvania. Letter to Col. [Wil- 
liam] Preston. Eeceipt of letter of Aug. 23; 
return from Kentucky via Iron Mountain; set- 
tlement of accounts with Lockhart and Crow; 
inability to procure iron for Robertson; prep- 
arations for removal to the West; request for 
current news of Indian affairs; Col. Clark's re- 
turn. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col Donel- 
son 's Lett r with M r Crow's ace 1 , which I paid. 
£2-6-6p. 

1778 Sumner, Jethro. Bute County, North Carolina. Let- 

Oct. 2 ter to Col. William Preston, Fincastle County, 

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[Va.] Inquiry about survey of his lands in 
4QQ181,182 Fincastle County under warrant from Lord 

Dunmore; warrant delivered to Colonel Rus- 
sell; informed by Nathaniel Henderson that 
Colonel Floyd surveyed 2000 acres for him: 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: M r Sumners Letter 
N° Carolina 1778. 

1778 Estill, James. Receipt to William Preston for 61 pounds 

Oct. 11 of lead for the use of Captain Henderson's com- 

pany of militia on Greenbrier. D. S. 1 p. En- 

4QQ182 dorsed : Ja s . Estill recp* Lead for the Greebrier 

Militia. 

1778 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Oct. 23 Montgomery County. Receipt of letter of 13th 

inst. by Captain Floyd; thanks for assistance in 

4QQ183 enabling him to justify himself and the [Loyal 

Land] Company ; medical prescription ; bleed- 
ing recommended. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Doct r . Walker Letter Octo r . 23. 1778. 

1778 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 
Dec. 16 [William Preston]. Acknowledges his services 

in behalf of Colonel Patton and the Loyal Land 
4QQ184 Company; something of the same kind will be 

of service at next session [of the assembly] ; 
writing to Maj. Daniel Smith may be danger- 
ous; James Buchanan's appointment. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: D r Walkers Letter Dec r 1778. 
Jas. Buchanan ment d . 

1779 Brown Jr., John. William and Mary College. Letter to 
Mar. 30 Col. William Preston, Smithfield. Receipt of 

letter by Floyd; grateful for manifestations of 
5QQ1 kindness and affection; the advantages of his 

situation; moral tone of the place; as to the 
advisability of studying law or physics ; in no 
need of money; message to his cousin John 
Breckinridge. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
John Brown Jnr. 

1779 Preston, William. Statement acquitting George Patter- 

Apr. 24 son of the charge of having met at Michael 

5QQ2 Price's with the non-jurors and others disaf- 

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fected to the existing government of Virginia 
for the purpose of taking the oath of allegiance 
to the King of Great Britian. A. D. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Charge vs. the Nonjurors. 

1779 Russell, Col. William. Camp at Suffran's Tavern, just 

July 29 within Jersey. Letter to Col. "William Preston, 

Montgomery County, Va. Battle of Stony 
5QQ3 Point; necessary steps for procuring a patent 

to lands on the Elkhorn in Kentucky, which 

were surveyed by Colonel Floyd. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

Endorsed : Col Russells Lett r July 1779.' 

1779 Lewis, Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston, Mont- 

July 30 gomery County. Inquiry about. lands surveyed 

by Colby Chew under warrant from Lord Dun-- 

5QQ4 more to Charles Lewis; his appointment as one 

of the commissioners to settle boundary be- 
tween Virginia and Pennsylvania; criticism of 
Congress. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Tho s . 
Lewis's Letter July 30™ 1779. 

1779 Lewis, Gen. Andrew. Richfield. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 4 Preston. Urging him not to decline the ap- 

pointment as commissioner to settle land claims ; 

5QQ5 "Most of the business will ly in Green Brier.' * 

A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Gen 1 Lewis Aug* 4" 
1779. 

1779 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Fort Chiswell. Letter to Col. 

Aug. 14 William Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] En- 

closes letters for his perusal and requests that 

5QQ6 they be forwarded; instructions concerning sur- 

veys; the Loyal Land Grant; expects Floyd 
will find him at the beginning of the line. 
A. L. S. 1 p. 

1779 Walker, Thomas. Fort Chiswell. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Aug. 14 liam Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] Say- 

ing that he [as agent for the Loyal Land Co.] 

5QQ7 will not prevent any purchaser from receiving 

his plats and certificates, provided they are 
well affected to the American cause. Wit- 
nessed by James M c Corkle and John Mont- 
gomery. A. L. S. 1 p. 

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1779 Breckinridge, Alexander. Camp Ramipaw. Letter to 

Aug. 22 [William Preston]. Capture of Paulus Hook; 

Lieut. Ballard Smith well. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 

5QQ8 dorsed: M r Alex 1 ' Breckinridges Letter Aug*. 

1779. 

1779 Williams, Maj. John. Kaskaskia, Fort Clark, Illinois 

Sept. 20 County. Letter to Col. William Preston. The 

situation of the soldiers; want of clothing; de- 

5QQ9 preciation of the currency; river controlled by 

the Spanish ; four men killed at Post St. Vin- 
cent by Delaware Indians; death of Major 
Bowman; thanks for appointment as lieutenant 
under Captain Montgomery. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed: Major Williams's Letter. 1779. 

1779 Brown Jr., John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Oct. 20 William Preston, Smithfield. Concerning a 

business matter intrusted to him and Granville 

5QQ10 Smith; the state of Preston's health; his study 

of law under the direction of the attorney-gen- 
eral. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : M r John Browns 
Lett 1 ". Nov r 1779. 

1779 Christian, William. Mahanaim. Letter to Col. William 

Oct. 22 Preston, Smithfield. Acknowledges receipt of 

letters and Kerr's deposition; dispute between 

5QQ11 Kerr and Ingram; received plats of his surveys 

in Kentucky from Henry; requests copies of 
warrants for Arthur Campbell, Colonel Byrd, 
Henry Harrison and himself ; invites Preston to 
stop with him on his way to court; capture of 
Bryce Russell 's daughter by Indian Logan. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Oct r . 1779. 

1779 Breckinridge, Alexander. Camp Haverstraw. Letter to 

Nov. 22 Col. William Preston, Botetourt County, Va. 

The evacuation of Stony Point; operations of 

5QQ12 the Virginia division; the enemy still in New 

York ; the army in motion for winter quarters ; 
expects to return to Virginia in May; greet- 
ings to Capt. William Madison and Colonel 
Floyd; Ballard Smith well. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed: Cap* Breckinridge Letter Nov r 22 d 
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1779 Crockett, Col. Joseph. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Dec. 4 Saying that he has transmitted orders to Sayers 

and M c Gavock concerning the raising of sol- 
5QQ13 diers, and asking further instructions. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Col Crocketts Letter Dec 1 ". 

1779. 

1779 Brown [Jr.], John. William and Mary [College]. Letter 

Dec. 9 to [William Preston]. Gratification at his. 

uncle's improved health; changes made in the 

5QQ14 administration of the college at meeting of vis- 

itors on 4th inst. ; asks advice as to continua- 
tion of his study of law under Randolph; sanc- 
tions sale of Potts ? s Creek land. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed : M r John Browns L r Dec r 1779. 

1779 Crockett, Col. Joseph. Fort Chiswell. Letter to Col. 
Dec. 28 William Preston. Asks instructions concern- 
ing the payment of bounties to the soldiers ; has 

5QQ15 requested M c Gavock to delay the march until 

January 10. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col 
Crocketts Letter Dec r . 1779. 

1780 Brown Jr., John. William and Mary College. Letter to 
Jan. 26 Col. William Preston, Smithfield. Concerning 

his plans for the following year, the deprecia- 
5QQ17 tion of currency, and the unusually cold win- 

ter. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: M r . Jn° Brown 
Jun r Jan^. 1780. 

1780 Brown Jr., John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Feb. 15 William Preston, Smithfield. Eeceipt of letter 

of January 6; finances; unable to attend fenc- 
5QQ18 ing school; close application to his studies. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r John Brown's 

Letter Feb^. 1780. 

1780 Russell, Col. William. Manchester. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Feb. 26 liam Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] Will 

put the troops in motion tomorrow for Peters- 

5QQ19 burg; letter from General Lincoln, telling of 

the arrival of reinforcements in Georgia under 
Lord Cornwallis or General Clinton; difficulties 
of the campaign ; requests that he write to Cap- 
tain Bowen in regard to his warrant for 3000 

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acres and otherwise look after his land claims. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col Russells Letter 
Feb>\ 1780. 

1780 Brown Jr., John. Williamsburg [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

Mar. 7 liam Preston]. Receipt of letter by Captain 

Quick; his intention to continue at college; 

5QQ20 financial difficulties ; application to May for as- 

sistance ; newspaper containing King's speech 
to Parliament enclosed; no hope of pacifica- 
tion; public spirit and resources almost ex- 
hausted. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : John 
Brown's Letter March 1780. 

1780 Walker, Dr. Thomas. French Lick on Cumberland 

Mar. 9 • River. Letter to [William Preston]. Asks 

that land warrants for himself and friends be 

5QQ21 properly entered, and suggests that informa- 

tion concerning lands may be had from Thomas 
Walling, Elisha Walling Jr., Joseph Martin, and 
Mordecai Hord; asks to be remembered to Col- 
onel Ingles. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Doct r 
Walker, L r . Mar. 9 th . 1780. 

1780 Brown Jr., John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [William 

Mar. 11 Preston]. Receipt of letter by Doack; happy 

to hear that his cousin J. Breckinridge is to 
5QQ22 become a student at the university; want of 

money; will gratefully accept assistance should 

his father be unable to help him. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: M r . John Brown's Letter March 

1780. 

1780 Campbell, William. Aspenville. Letter to Col. William 

Mar. 13 Preston. Colonel Shelby, who has been elected 

as senator from his county desires an interview 

5QQ23 with Preston before going to Newbern; ar- 

rangements for a meeting at Fort Chiswell on 
March 28; Looney and Col. [Isaac] Clark are 
the delegates from [Sullivan] County. Copy by 
Draper. 2 pp. 

1780 Jefferson, Gov. Thomas. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Mar. 21 [William Preston] . Instructions concerning 

trials for treason, protection of the lead mines 

5QQ24 and defense against the Indians; Col. [G. R.] 

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Clark to be called on for assistance in case of 
invasion or insurrection. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed : Governours Letter 21 st . March 1780. 

1780 Brown Jr., John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

Mar. 22 Ham Preston]. Eeceived letter of 12th inst.; 

expresses gratitude for assistance rendered ; 

5QQ25 sent Buchanan commissions from the professors 

[of William and Mary College] for Preston and 
Breckinridge; the situation of Charleston; has 
applied for the surveyorship of a county should 
Kentucky be divided. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed : M r John Brown L r . March 1780. 

1780 Taylor, John. Head [of] Clinch [River]. Letter to 

Mar. 23 [William Preston].. James Roark's wife and 

children scalped by Indians; horses belonging 

5QQ26 to William Patterson taken; people in great 

confusion, and in need of assistance; Captain 
Maxwell's company gathered together in small 
parties. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Tay- 
lors Lett r March 23 d . 1780. 

1780 P[reston], W[illiam]. Letter to [Gov. Thomas Jeffer- 

Mar. son]. Informing of a conspiracy on the part 

of the Tories, and asking instructions in re- 

5QQ28 gard to its suppression; would also like advice 

as to the defense of the frontiers against the 
Indians. Auto. draft, signed. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed : L r to the Gov r Mar 1780. 

1780 Hog, Capt. Peter. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to [William 

May 17 Preston], Concerning a bond. A. L. S. 1 p. 

Endorsed : Cap* Hogs Lett r ab* a Bond May 17 
5QQ30 1780. 

1780 Campbell, William. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

May Montgomery. Requests that an old military 

warrant which was assigned to James Logan, 

5QQ29 and by him assigned to Capt. John Kinkead be 

sent him ; blockade of Charleston. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1780 Breckinridge, William. Bear Grass, Fort William, Ken- 

June 1 tucky County. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

5QQ31 Montgomery County. Location of warrants by 

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Floyd on Brashear's Creek in Kentucky; the 
deputy surveyorship ; Indian depredations; a 
party to go out against the Shawnee towns in a 
few days. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: W m 
Breckinridges L r . June 1 st . 1780. 

1780 Campbell, Arthur. Goodwood. Letter to [William Pres- 

June 13 ton]. Consternation in Kentucky in view of 

the threatened invasion; an expedition prepar- 

5QQ33 ing to go to the relief of the settlers; request 

for ammunition and reinforcements; Butler's 
boast that he will give no quarter; his conduct 
at Wyoming; the enemy expected at the Falls 
about the last of the month. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1780 Jefferson, Thomas. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to [William 

June 15 Preston?] Instructions concerning the send- 

ing of militia from Washington and Montgom- 

5QQ34 ery counties to aid the Carolinians in Chicka- 

mauga expedition; Col. William Campbell to 
have command; ammunition to be sent to Ken- 
tucky. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1780 Peteson [?], Jacob. Holston. Letter to Michael Price, 

June 22 Montgomery County. Informing of the taking 

of Charleston by the British and of New York 

5QQ35 by the French. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed by 

Draper : June 22- '80 Tory letter. 

1780 Jefferson, Thomas. Eichmond, [Va.] Letter to [William 

June 28 Preston] . Change in plans for sending ammu- 

nition to Kentucky; an escort of militia unnec- 

5QQ36 essary; calls for men from north and south; un- 

able to send any to his [Preston's] quarter; 
cooperation with the French; loss of Charles- 
ton. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Governours 
Letter June 28 th 1780 came to hand the 18 th . 
July 1780. 

[1780 Hetcher [!], John. Holston. Letter to David Harbot 

June] [Herbert] , Toms Creek. Charleston taken ; 

I3QQ32 Kentucky threatened by Indians. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1780 Jefferson, Thomas. Eichmond, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

July 3 Ham Preston]. Protection of the lead mines; 

Colonel Crokett's battalion to aid in taking 

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Colonel Clark occasionally; 5000 militia to go 
to Carolina; Col. "William Campbell to com- 
mand expedition. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Gov- 
ernors Letter July 3 d . 1780. came to hand the 
18 th . July. 

1780 Preston, "William. Letter to Capt. James Byrn. In- 

July 5 structions concerning the disarming of the To- 

ries on "Walker's and "Wolf creeks; Capt. 

5QQ37 Thomas Ingles not to be disturbed; pilots to be 

chosen from the companies of Captains M c Cor- 
kle or Patton. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap* 
Byrn's Instructions July 5 th . 1780. 

1780 Brown Jr., John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

July 6 liam Preston]. Thanks for assistance through 

the hands of Johnson; his studies in law under 

5QQ39 "Wythe; distress of the army. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: John Brown Jr. July 1780. 

1780 P[reston], W [illiam] . Letter to Capt. Isaac Taylor. 

July 12 Tory insurrection; instructions for the disarm- 

ing of Tories on New River, and about the 

5QQ40 court-house; further instructions from Col. 

"Walter Crockett or himself to be observed. 
Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. Endorsed: Instruc- 
tions to the Cap ts - of Troops July 11 th & 12 th . 

1780 Preston, William. Letter to Michael Price, John and 

July 20 Howard Heavin, James Bane, Jacob Shull, John 

Wall, • Harless, and [Joseph] Poopick- 

5QQ41 hoover [Poppecaughf er] . Informing of the 

popular feeling against the Tories and propos- 
ing a conference at his house the following Sat- 
urday. Appended is a memorandum by Pres- 
ton concerning Tory outrages, threats against 
his life, etc. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Copy of 
a Letter to the Nonjurors in Cap 1 Byrn's Com- 
pany July 20 th . 1780. 

1780 Heavin, John. Letter to [William Preston?]. Received 

July 22 letter by Price concerning the destruction of 

his property; avows his innocence of any of- 
5QQ42 fense; he and his neighbors desirous of peace; 

refuses to take the oath; asks compassion on 

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his wife and children. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
John Heavins Letter. 

1780 Gregg, Joseph, Justice of the Peace of Montgomery 

July 24 County, [Va.J Warrant for the arrest of John 

M c Donald on account of his disaffection for the 

5QQ43 government. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Warrant 

vs Jn° M c Donald. 

1780 Bane Sr., James, and James Bane Jr. Montgomery County, 

July 26 ITa.] Bond to Thomas Jefferson, Governor of 

Virginia, for the good behavior of James Bane 
5QQ46 Jr., Loyalist. Witnessed by Eobert Hunter and 

others. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: James Bean's 

Bond. 

1780 M c Gee, Robert, James M c Gee, and John Henderson. Bond 

July 26 to Thomas Jefferson, Governor of Virginia, for 

the good behavior of Robert M c Gee, Loyalist. 
5QQ45 Witnessed by William and John Preston. D. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Robert Magees Bond. 

1780 Setter, Jacob, and James Bane Jr. Bond to Thomas Jef- 

July 26 ferson, Governor of Virginia, for the good be- 

havior of Jacob Seiler, Loyalist. Witnessed by 

5QQ44 William Preston, A. Palfreman, and John Pres- 

ton. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Jacob Seilars 
Bond. 

1780 Burk, Thomas, Philip Barragar, and William M c Mullen. 

July 29 Montgomery County, [Va.] Bond to Thomas 

Jefferson, Governor of Virginia, for the good 
5QQ47 behavior of Thomas Burk, Loyalist. Witnessed 

by William Preston and Joseph M c Donald. 

D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Cap* Burks Bond. 

1780 M c Donald, John. Bond to Thomas Jefferson, Governor 

July of Virginia, for good behavior. Auto, draft. 

5QQ51 1 p. Endorsed: Jn° M c Donalds Bond. 

1780 Crockett, Col. Walter. Fort Chiswell. Letter to [Wil- 

Aug. 6 liam Preston], Is about to march with 250 

men against the Tories on New River; one 

5QQ48 Letcher murdered by Meeks and Nicholas; 

horses stolen from Colonel Green within six 
miles of Herbert's Ferry; advises the sending 

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of a party to Greasy Creek and towards the 
Flower Gap. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col. 
Crocketts Letter. 

1780 Hall, John. Deposition stating that Nathaniel Brittain 

Aug. 6 was tried for horse stealing before "William M c - 

Bride of Eoan County, N. C. about six years 

5QQ48 previous. Sworn before James M c Gavock. D. S. 

1 p. 

1780 [Preston, William.] Montgomery [County, Va.] Letter 

Aug. 8 to [Thomas Jefferson]. Informing of the Tory 

plot, the capture and punishment of the con- 

5QQ50 spirators, and asking instructions concerning 

the sale of their effects, methods of punish- 
ment, etc. Auto, draft. 1 p. 

1780 Robinson, Samuel, and James Robinson. Bond to 

Aug. 8 Thomas Jefferson, Governor of Virginia, for 

the good behavior of Samuel Eobinson, who 
5QQ52 has been charged with treason. Witnessed by 

Andrew Boyd and Patrick Lockhart, D. S. 1 p. 

Endorsed: Sam. Robinson & his Bro. James 

Bond for Good Behavior. 

1780 Stewart, Walter, James Norvell, and Thomas Giles. 

Aug. 8 Bond to Thomas Jefferson, Governor of Vir- 

ginia, for the good behavior of Walter Stewart 

5QQ49 who has been charged with treason. Wit- 

nessed by Stephen Trigg and James Thompson. 
D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Walter Stewart, James 
Norvill & Tho s . Gillis. Bond for good Behav r . 

1780 Lockhart, Capt. Patrick. Botetourt [County, Va.] Let- 

Aug. 12 ter to Col. [William] Preston. Asks instruc- 

tions concerning sale of Tory effects; all the 

5QQ53 prisoners safe; one Stewart arrested on sus- 

picion. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Lock- 
harts Letter. 

1780 [Preston, William, and others.] A statement promising 

Aug. 14 to Thomas Heavin and other Tories protection 

for their families and property if they will re- 

5QQ55 turn to their allegiance to the state of Virginia. 

1 p. Signatures cut away. On reverse : Mem- 

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oranda in handwriting of William Preston r 
giving names of Tories. 

1780 Digges, Dudley. In Council, Richmond, [Va.] Letter 

Aug. 17 to Col. "William Preston, Montgomery County, 

[Va.] In reply to letter to the governor, dated 

5QQ56 Aug. 8, 1780; approval of measures adopted to 

suppress Tory insurrection ; encloses copy of 
law passed at the last assembly, which applies 
to the present offenders ; the militia to be kept 
on duty no longer than necessary. A. L. S. 
2 p. Memorandum by Preston: John Bor- 
rough or Burris marred to Widow Pruits 
Daughter near N Morgans. 

[1780 Herbert, David. Confession concerning the Tory con- 

Aug. 17] spiraey. 1 p. 

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1780 Jenkins, John. Confession made before Charles Lynch 

Aug. 17 and Alexander Cummings concerning the Tory 

5QQ54 conspiracy. 1 p. 

1780 Lynch, Charles. Mr. M c Gavock's. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Aug. 17 liam Preston, Montgomery. In defense of his 

5QQ57 course in trial of Tories. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1780 Douglas, James. Confession concerning the Tory con- 

Aug. 18 spiraey involving John Griffith, Colonel Ingles, 

David Ross, James M c Corkle, James M c Gavock, 

5QQ59 Capt. William Austin, John Newland, Andrew 

Bronstetter, Frederick Slimp, Moses Wells, Rich- 
ard Ward, James Romine, Thomas Douglas, 
George Vault, David Bustard, Joshua Jones and 
George Pemberton. 2 pp. 

1780 Douglas, Thomas. Confession concerning the Tory eon- 

Aug. 19 spiraey involving James Douglas, Philip Dut- 

ton, and John Griffith. 1 p. Endorsed: Doug^ 
5QQ60 las's Confession, 

1780 Preston, William. An order of court granting protection 

Aug. 21 to Philip Lambert should he return to his al- 

legiance to the state of Virginia. A. D. S. 1 p. 
5QQ61 Endorsed: Lambert's Protection. 

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1780 Campbell, William. Aspenville. Letter to Col. William 

AuG - 22 Preston. On hearing of [Gates's defeat]; 

hopes to see him [Preston] tomorrow evening; 

5QQ61 will give orders for the men to march with all 

possible expedition. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1780 Brown [Jr.,] John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

^- UG - 23 William Preston, Smithfield. Asking informa- 

tion and advice concerning the surveyorship of 

5QQ63 one of the counties laid off on the Kentucky 

River by the last assembly. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed: M r John Browns Letter August 
1780. 

1780 [Preston, William.] Lead Mines. Letter to Colonel 

Aug. 26 Armstrong, Surry County, N. C. Mentioning 

receipt of letter of 23rd by Bass ; arrangements 

5QQ62 for transportation of lead and the forwarding 

of troops under Col. William Campbell and 
Major Cloydtoaidin suppressing the insurgents 
in [Surry] County; general defeat of the south- 
ern army. Contemporary copy. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed : Copy of a Letter to Col . Armstrong of 
Surry County, N°. Carolina. 

1780 Cox, John. Deposition giving reasons for suspecting 

Aug. 28 Richard Green of having stolen his horse from 

5QQ65 the stable. D. S. 1 p. 

1780 Fleming, William. Belmont. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 28 Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] Inform- 

ing of Howard's ill treatment of his wife, who 

5QQ64 is a sister of Colonel Preston. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed : W. Fleming 1780. 

1780 Doack, Capt. William. A list of his company of militia. 

Aug. 30 A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: W m Doacks Return 

5QQ67 Aug*. 30 tb . 1780. 

1780 Mills, Capt. John. Michael Price's. Letter to Col. Wil- 

Aug. 30 liam Preston. Informing of his arrival with 

fifty men, according to orders of Colonel Skil- 

5QQ66 lern; awaits his [Preston's] commands; pro- 

visions scarce ; his men in need of lead. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Cap*. Mills Letter. 

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[1780 Montgomery and Botetourt counties, Va. Proceedings 

Aug.] of a court composed of the following justices 

of the said counties : Colonels "William Pres- 

5QQ73-79 ton, "William Christian, and James Robertson, 

Captains John Taylor, James Thompson, Dan- 
iel Trigg, James Barnett, and Joseph Grey, 
George Rutledge, Patrick Lockhart, Andrew 
Boyd, Robert Sayers, William Campbell, James 
Byrn, and William Neely. The following per- 
sons were tried for misbehavior and for trea- 
son against the state : Col. William Ingles, 
Robert Grayson, Joseph and John M c Donald, 
Joseph Poppecaughfer, Jacob Shull Jr., John 
Grayson, Gasper Reid, Jeremiah Patrick, Gas- 
per Garlick, Henry Stafford, Abraham Morgan, 
Swain Poison, Robert M c Gee, Jeremiah Stover, 
Thomas Copeley, Henry and Andrew Lawer, 
George Walter, John Harrison, John Hender- 
son, William Grant, Walter Stewart, Samuel 
Robinson, John Heavin and his sons, James and 
William, Adam Liveer [ ?] , Jacob Francisco, 
Hezekiah Phillips, Henry Laybrook, David 
Price, Samuel Ingram, William Grayson, Abra- 
ham Beaver, Robert King, Frederick Smith, 
Thomas Downard, Nathaniel Brittain, James 
Kerr, Samuel Pepper, James Bane Sr., Samuel 
Sadler, and James Bane Jr. A. D. 7 pp. 

1780 Preston, William. Montgomery [County, Va.] Letter 

Sept. 13 to Col. /George Skilfern, Botetouirt. Propel 

ing that 500 men be raised from the counties 

5QQ80 of Augusta, Rockbridge, Botetourt, Montgom- 

ery, and Washington to form a corps which is 
to act under direction of the commander-in- 
chief of the Continental Army. Auto, draft, 
signed. 2 pp. 

1780 [Preston, William.] Letter to Gen. [John Peter Gabriel] 

Sept. Muhlenberjg. Important service rendered by 

John Wyatt in suppressing Tory insurrection; 

5QQ81 requested that he be discharged from Conti- 

nental Army, or allowed to substitute a man 
in his place; also requested that Ballard Smith 
be appointed to command a company of re- 

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cruits raised in Montgomery County. Contem- 
porary copy. 2pp. Endorsed: A Copy of a Let- 
ter to Gen el . Mulenberg Sep r 1780. 

1780 Brown. [Jr.,] John. Letter to [William Preston] . Inform- 

Oct. 16 ing of his illness. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

5QQ82 

1780 Brown [Jr.,] John. [William and Mary] College. Letter 

Oct. 27 to '[William Preston]. Continued ill health; 

Williamsburg almost deserted; the English ex- 

5QQ83 pected daily; probable that college will be sus- 

pended; Madison talking of resigning; the stu- 
dents turned soldiers; can not advise J. Breck- 
inridge to come at present. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1780 Preston, William. Montgomery County, [Va.] Letter 

Oct. 27 to Gen. Horatio Gates, Major-General and 

Commander-in-Chief of the Southern Army. 

5QQ84 On hearing of the Battle of King's Mountain; 

declines the superintendency of supplying pro- 
visions and preparing a place of confinement 
for prisoners of war; William Madison recom- 
mended; suggestions as to location of place of 
confinement. Contemporary copy. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Copy of a Letter to General Gates. 

1780 SkUlera^ Col. George. Botetourt, James River. Letter 

Oct. 30 to Col. William Preston, Montgomery [County, 

Va.] Has given orders that the drafts from 

5QQ85 companies of Captains M c Clanahan and Paul- 

ing should hurry their march; the volunteers 
continued in service; reported that British 
troops have landed at York in Virginia. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed : Col Skillern Letter. 

1780 Jefferson, Gov. Thomas. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to 

Nov. 1 [William Preston], Concerning the raising of 

volunteers for the southern army; the necessity 

5QQ87 for vigorous exertions to repel the enemy to 

the seashore. P. S. Nov. 11, 1780. Instruc- 
tions about sending companies s-outh; Colonel 
Campbell unable to proceed at once. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Governours Letter Nov r . 1780. 

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1780 Madison, Thomas. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to [William 

Nov. 9 Preston], Will forward land warrants by Col- 

onel Campbell; congratulations on suppres- 
5QQ86 sion of the Tories; news of the enemy; legisla- 

tive proceedings; Washington's remonstrance 
against temporary enlistments; scarcity of 
money; no wagons from the frontiers to be im- 
pressed. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Tho s . 
Madisons Letter Nov 1 '. 9 1780. 

1780 Skillern, Col. George. Captain Lockhart's. Letter to 

Nov. 23 Col. William Preston, Montgomery [County, 

Va.] Volunteers from [Botetourt] County to 

5QQ88 march a week from the following Monday; 

hopes Washington and Montgomery counties 
will also furnish volunteers; advisability of ap- 
pointing Major Rowland to the command under 
Colonel Campbell. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Col . Skillern 's Letter. 

1780 Campbell, Col. William. Aspenville. Letter to [Wil- 

Dec. 17 liam Preston]. Call for militia to go on expe- 

dition against the Cherokee ; encloses deposition 

5QQ89 of William Springstone who lately escaped 

from Cherokee towns; also an extract from let- 
ter of Col. Arthur Campbell. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Endorsed : Col° W. Campbells Lett r . Dec r . 1780. 

[1780] Christian, William. Mahanaim. Letter to Col. William 
Preston. His child very ill; hopes to see him 

5QQ72 [Preston] by Thursday; Henry Bowyer and 

Spain returned; enlistment of men for militia 
service; Jonathan Ingram, Samuel Pepper, and 
Samuel Thompson engage substitutes. A. L. S. 
2 pp. 

1780 Devereaux, Nancy. Letter to Col. [William] Preston. 

Her husband to be tried as a Tory; apprehen- 

5QQ58 sive that justice will not be done him, there be- 

ing a misunderstanding between Colonel Lynch 
and the Welsh people ; requests Preston to send 
for him, that he may be tried at Price's. A. L. S. 
lp. 

[1780] King, Robert. Confession of Toryism made to the Court 
5 QQ 71 of Montgomery County, [Va.] A. D. S. 2 pp. 

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[1780] M c Williams, Andrew. Deposition to the effect that 
James Cooper is in sympathy with the Tories. 

5QQ69 1 p. Signature cut away. Endorsed: Deposi- 

tions vs Tories. 

[1780] [Preston, William.] Statement giving an account of the 
Tory plot, mentioning particularly the activity 

5QQ27 of one John Griffith in the King's behalf. 

Auto, draft. 1 p. 

[1780?] [Preston, William.] Statement in justification of the 
Test Act which was aimed against the Tories. 
4QQ75 Auto, draft. 2 pp. 

[1780?] Swift, Flower. List. [Apparently a list of men accused 

of Toryism, including Quakers who refused to 

5QQ70 take the oath.] A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: Swifts 

List. 

[1780?] Tories. Confessions of John Clifton, Toloman Harrison, 
Roger Oats, Bryant Fanning, Eobert Phristo, 

5QQ68 David Copeman, Jeremiah Lambert, Marcum 

Lovell, Andrew Thompson, and Amos Johnson; 
others involved are John Bullock, John Wyley. 
Joshua Jones, David Herbert, John Griffith, 
John Jenkins, Charles Devereaux, Evan Wil- 
liams, John Newton, Philip Dutton, the Vaults, 
Bronstetters, Moses Wells, Peter Razor, Jink 
Williams, Ben Thomas, Griffith Lewis, \J6hn 
Morgan, N. Brittain, John Cox, John Draper, 
Valentine Harmon, John Henderson, Colonel 
Ingles, Elias Fanning, Richard Oney, Thomas 
Potter, Jonathan Ingram, and Bernard Gullion. 
A. D. 2 pp. 

[cl780] Cloyd, Col. Joseph. Letter to Col. William Preston. En- 
closes letters of Doack and Captain Davison 

5QQ115 giving accounts of Indian inroads; has sent 

orders to Captains Byrn, Lorton, and Mont- 
gomery to raise thirty men; defenseless situa- 
tion of people on Clinch and Bluestone. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col Cloyd. 

[cl780] Heavin, Howard. List of officers and number of men in 
their companies. A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: 
5QQ72 Howard Heavins Return of Officers. 

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{cl780] [Preston, William.] Letter to [Governor of Virginia]. 

Asking that the recommendation for a justice 
5QQ16 of the peace for [Montgomery?] County be 

considered. Auto, draft. 1 p. 

1781 Breckinridge, Capt. Alexander. Hadrils Point, South 

Jan. 28 Carolina. Letter to Col. [William] Preston. 

Embraces the opportunity to write by Colonel 
5QQ90 Russell who has had his parole extended to 

Virginia; sent letter last June hy Captain 

Blackwell; was unable to see him [Preston] as 

he passed through Virginia last winter ; 

Colonel Gist desires to be remembered. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed: Cap* A Breckinridges Letter 

Jany 1781. 

1781 Christian, Col. William. Letter to Col. William Pres- 

Feb. 17 ton. Informing of his plan to join him in the 

march, and later to proceed to Richmond to 

5QQ91 attend the assembly; prospective legislation; 

supposes the men from Botetourt County will 
march next week. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
Col°. Christians Letter Feb^ 1781. 

1781 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to Col. William Preston, 

Feb. 21 Montgomery County, [Va.] Requests that 

plats and certificates for lands surveyed for the 

5QQ92 Loyal Land Company be sent to General Lewis 

in Richmond; has written Col. Samuel Lewis 
to the same effect; mentions his marriage on 
January 14 to Mrs. Elizabeth Thornton; Corn- 
wallis' movements. Copy by Draper. 1 p. 
Endorsed: D r - Walker, Feb. 1781 came to hand 
the 27 th of March at 10 o'clock. W m . Preston. 

1781 Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. William Preston. 

Mar. 23 Family affairs; the neighborhood alarmed by 

accounts from the army in the south. A. L. S. 

5QQ93 1 p. Endorsed: Rev d . M r Brown Mar: 1781. 

1781 Breckinridge, John. Botetourt [County, Va.] Letter 

Apr. 22 to Col. William Preston, Montgomery [County, 

Va.] On his being chosen as a delegate from 
5QQ94 Botetourt County. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

M r John Breckinridges Lett r Ap 1781. 

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1781 Brown* Rev. John. Letter to Col. William ,Preston, 

May 29 Smithfield, Montgomery County, [Va.] Ad- 

vice as to the education of his [Preston's] chil- 

5QQ95 dren. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Eev d M r 

Brown May 1781. 

1781 Thompson, James. Lincoln County. Letter to William 

June 2 Preston, Washington County. Expressions of 

patriotism and gratitude to Preston for assist-. 

5QQ96 anee; trouble with the Tories; Colonel Floyd's, 

kindness to him at the time of his return from 
expedition to Falls of the Ohio. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Letter from M r Ja s Thompson Sur- 
veyor of Lincoln. 

1781 Lewis, Thomas. Eockingham. Letter to Col. William 

Aug. 11 [?] Preston. Concerning lands; the sending of 

plans to Doctor Walker for signature, etc. ; the 

5QQ97 matter of fees to be adjusted with the company;, 

moral and political reflections; Washington to 
besiege New York; some talk of peace. August 
20. Plans sent to Doctor Walker by Trigg; 
summoned as witness in case concerning 
claims of William Ingles to Burk's Garden in 
consequence of Burk's contract with Colonel 
Patton. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : Tho s . 
Leweis. 

1781 Pendleton, Col. Edmund. Edmundsburg. Letter to Col. 

Nov. 1 [William] Preston. Thanks for trouble in con- 

firming Samuel Vance's title to lands; land 

5QQ99 titles as affected by the discovery of Colonel 

Buchanan's having made surveys as Lewis' 
deputy without a commission or being sworn; 
has requested Attorney-General Randolph to 
give his opinion on that point as well as on 
Preston's case with Colonel Ingles; Hardy com- 
missioned by the assembly to negotiate the land 
business; assistance expected from Col. John 
Taylor; current news. A. L. S. 3 pp. En- 
dorsed : Col . Pendleton Nov r - 1781. 

1781 Breckinridge, John. Mrs. Williamson's. Letter to [Wil- 

Nov. 26 liam Preston] . Unable to send newspapers, 

5QQ100 there being none printed; current legislation? 

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the subject of finances engaging the attention 
of the House; resignation of Governor Nelson; 
Benjamin Harrison, Richard Henry Lee, and 
John Page to be nominated for the office; 
Colonel M c Dowell resigns his seat in the coun- 
cil; capture of Gen. [Benedict] Arnold; high 
cost of living in Richmond; depreciation of pa- 
per money. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: M r 
John Breckenenridge Lett r . 

1781 Christian* Col. William. Samuel Thompson's. Letter to 

Nov. 27 [William Preston]. Plans to go to the assem- 

bly. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Col°- Chris- 
5QQ101 tian's Letter 27th Nov r . 1781. 

1781 Robertson, James. Letter to Col. William Preston, Mont- 

Dec. 10 gomery. Concerning his claim to land near the 

Seven Mile Tree ; his desire to accompany Pres- 

5QQ98 ton to the Kentucky in the autumn; previous 

attempts to go to the Kentucky. A. L. S. 1 p. 
On reverse: Memoranda in Preston's hand- 
writing concerning certificates of J. Lucas, 
Jonathan Davies, Michael Dougherty, Thomas 
Dunne, William Davies, and Ann Sinclair; Wal- 
ling ; s bonds. Endorsed: Jame Robertson Let- 
ter about Land. 

1781 Fleming, Col. William. Letter to [William Preston] . In- 
Dec. 20 quires whether he is to serve as commissioner to 

settle accounts of officers in the western coun- 
5QQ102 try according to Resolution of Assembly of 

June 21, 1781, a copy of which is appended; a 
copy of Archibald Blair's letter to Fleming, 
Dec. 7, 1781, enclosing Fleming's appointment 
as commissioner, is also appended. A. L. S. 2 
pp. Endorsed: Col . Flemings Lett r Dec 1 ' 20 th 
1781 1 declined the Business. 

1782 Brown [Jr.,] John. Albemarle. Letter to Col. William 
Jan. 30 Preston, Smithfield. Did not apply to Colonel 

Pendleton for instructions in the study of law; 
5QQ103 is studying under Colonel Jefferson and thinks 

of practising in the courts of Albemarle, Orange, 
and Louisa counties. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: M r John Brown's Letter Jan y 1782. 

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1782 Martin, Thomas. Letter to Col. "William Preston. Re- 

Jan. 31 turns receipts [?] which he thinks must belong- 

to one James Hill who lives in the lower settle- 

5QQ104 ment on Clinch River; two men killed by In* 

dians on Clinch River; thinks Joseph Bartlett 
also was killed. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Tho s . 
Martin 1780 [sic]. 



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Armstrong, Col. Mart. Surry County, [N. C] Letter to 
Col. William Preston, Montgomery County, Va. 
Receipt of letter of February 24; thanks for 
loan of books; will deliver message to Bogge 
[?] ; condolence on the death of his daughter; 
anxiety about Mrs. Armstrong's health; truce 
between Generals Green and Leslie; peace ex- 
pected. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col . Arm- 
strongs L r . March 1782. N° Carolina. 

Brown, Rev. John. Letter to Col. William Preston, 
Smithfield. Letter of condolence on the death 
of his daughter, Nancy. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: R d John Brown. 

Preston, William. Montgomery [County, Va.] Letter to 
The Governor [James Monroe]. Indian mur- 
ders and captivities on Clinch River; daughters 
of Capt. James Maxwell killed; Capt. Robert 
Moffett's children taken; request for ammuni- 
tion and scouts. Auto, draft, signed. 1 p. 

Preston, William. Botetourt. Letter to [Gov. James 
Monroe]. Informing of Indian invasion of 
Montgomery County, and asking instructions- 
concerning measures of defense ; difficulty of 
obtaining provisions; Captain Ingles' family 
taken. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. Endorsed: 
Gov r . 25 th April 1782. 

Walker, Dr. Thomas. Castle Hill. Letter to Col. Wil- 
liam Preston, Draper's Meadows. The court of 
appeals to finish up the [Loyal Land] Com- 
pany's affairs in October; requests that the 
necessary papers and a copy of surveys left 
with him be sent to Richmond, should he be un- 
able to attend; current news. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Doct r Walker about his Grant. 



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Boyd, Andrew. Letter to [William Preston]. Received 
letter by Myers about the still ; notice given by 
John Madison; his procrastination; thinks Col. 
John Smith would make a good witness ; wishes 
Philip Barragar to purchase nails for him ; 
Captain Edwards to wait on Preston with [tax?] 
lists; mistake concerning Isaac Bunyan's taxes; 
hopes to see Preston at general muster. A. L. 
S. 2 pp. Mutilated. 

Breckinridge, Alexander. Four Miles "West of Rockcastle 
Ford. Letter to Col. William Preston, Mont- 
gomery County, [Va.] Flight from the Indians; 
events of journey to Ingles' station; murders 
on road to Kentucky; General Clark to set out 
next day on expedition against the Shawnee. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: A. Breckinridge's 
Letter from Kentucky. 

Walker, Thomas. Letter to [William Preston]. The 
court of appeals has not yet done anything in the 
[Loyal Land] Company matter; thinks a de- 
cision will be made the following May; plats 
and certificates to be laid before the court be- 
fore patents can issue. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Tho s . Walker. 

Brown, John. Letter to [William Preston]. Telling of 
the Latin School lately established at New 
Providence Meeting-house, and requesting Pres- 



ton to send his boys there. 
Endorsed: John Brown Sen p . 



A. L. S. 2 pp. 



Cloyd, Joseph. Letter to Col. William Preston. Con- 
cerning the raising of men for the defense of 
the frontier; Colonel Trigg instructed to order 
a rendezvous on 12th inst. at Thomas Shan- 
non's ; James Duncan to act as commissary ; 
letter from Captain Moore enclosed. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Jo s Cloyd 1783. 

1783 Robertson, James. Letter to Col. William Preston, Mont- 

Apr. 10 gomery County, [Va.] Remedy for swelling in 

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sex with the intention of living on the farm 
there for one, two, three, or four years. A. L. 
S. 2 pp. Endorsed: J s . Eobertson. 

Thompson, James. Letter to James Norvell, Horse Shoe. 
Requesting five bushels of hemp seed. A. L. S. 
1 p. Endorsed: Acct J s . Thompson Es^ 3 bus. 



hemp seed @ 12 —3 b s . 

Walker, Dr. Thomas. Castle Hill. Letter to Col. William 
Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] Surveys 
of the Loyal and Greenbrier land companies 
confirmed by court of appeals ; terms to settlers. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: D r . Walker May 9 th 
1783. 

1784 Brown, Eev. John. Letter to John Preston, Smithfield, 
Feb. 26 Montgomery County, [Va.] Receipt of letter; 

his pleasure in having his three cousins in his 
5QQ119 home, and enjoying educational opportunities 

with his own sons; bemoans the loss of his son 
who was murdered; advice as to conduct. A. 
L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Rv d - J Brown Letter 
1784. 

1785 Christian, William. Bear Grass. Letter to Col. Gilbert 
Aug. 13 Christian, Sullivan County, N. C. Settlement 

in Kentucky near Louisville ; his opinion of the 
5QQ124 country; anxiety about his mother; thanks for 

hospitality shown him; the Wabash Indians 
about; sends his respects to Governor Sevier, 
Ross, Cocke, and Captain Mansfield; the con- 
vention to petition for a separation [from Vir- 
ginia] ; trade with New Orleans ; hostile In- 
dians. Typewritten copy. 2 pp. 

1785 Walker, Dr. Thomas. Letter to John Preston. Be- 

Aug. 22 speaking assistance for his son, Francis, who 

is to settle with persons in that part of the 
5QQ120 country who are indebted to the Loyal Land 

Company. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: D r Tho s . 

Walker by his son F Walker August 22 nd 1785. 

1789 Brown [Jr.,] John. Danville, [Ky.] Letter to Capt. John 

Jan. 14 Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] Asking 

5QQ121 information respecting claims of the heirs of 

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Francis Slaughter and Gabriel Jones to land 
occupied by Wallace; no decision made in suits 
of Granville Smith vs. May et al; proceedings 
of the assembly; his brother James to take 
charge of his law practice in the event of his 
election. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: John 
Brown, Jany 1789. 

1789 Brown, James. Danville, [Ky.]. Letter to Capt. John 

Sept. 3 Preston, Montgomery County, Va. Encloses 

land warrants given him by Captain Craddock; 

5QQ122 comments on proceedings of the late conven- 

tion; Spanish control of trade on the Missis- 
sippi; Benjamin Howard anxious for the ar- 
rival of his family. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : 
James Brown Sept 3 d 89. 

1791 Brown, James. Danville, [Ky.] Letter to Capt. John 

July 1 Preston, Montgomery County, [Va.] Informa- 

tion concerning Preston's order on M c Dowell 

5QQ123 in behalf of Lockhart; Trigg's order on Jones 

not yet paid; reference to Stephen Trigg for 
particulars of the late campaign; personal 
affairs. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : Letter 
James Brown Es q about Lockhart 's business 
1791 July 1 st . 

1886 Waddeli, Joseph A. Biographical sketch of William 

Preston as published in his Annals of Augusta 

IQQb County (Richmond, 1886). Born in Ireland in 

1730; son of John Preston; married Susanna 
Smith in 1761 ; captain of a company of rangers 
during the Indian wars; public offices held in 
Augusta, Botetourt, and Fincastle counties; en- 
gaged in expeditions against the Cherokee in 
1780; actively employed in War of the Revolu- 
tion; died in 1783. Typewritten copy. 1 p. 

1886 Waddell, Joseph A. Notes from his Annals of Augusta 

County on the inter-marriages between the Pat- 

lQQa ton, Preston, Breckinridge, and Brown families. 

Typewritten copy. 1 p. 



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n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Notes on military service of David 

Eobinson of Augusta County, Va. A. N. 1 p. 

1QQ87 Endorsed: Col. David Robinson's services in 

French "War in "West Virginia. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Chronological index for 1774 to 

3 QQi-iv the Preston Mss. A. D. 4 pp. 



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1651 Bland, Edward. The Discovery of New Brittaine. Begam 

August 27. Anno Dom. 1650. By Edward 

16ZZ1-35 Bland, Merchant. Abraham Woode, Captaine.. 

Sackford Brewster, Elias Pennant, Gentlemen. 
From Port Henry, at the head of Appamattuck 
River in Virginia, to the Pals of Blandina, first 
River in New Brittaine, which runneth "West, 
being 120 mile south west, between 35 & 37 
degrees, (a pleasant Country,) of temperate 
Ayre, and fertile Soyle (London, 1651). Copy. 
35 pp. 1 vol. 23.5x19.5 c. m. 

Reprinted by Sabin, N. Y. 1873 ; also in A. S. 
Salley's Narratives of Early Carolina, 1650-1708 
(New York, 1911) ; and in Alvord and Bidgood, 
The First Explorations of the Trans-Allegheny 
Region by the Virginians, 1650-1674 (Cleveland, 
1912). 

1672 Lederer, John. The Discoveries of John Lederer. In 

three several marches from Virginia to the 

14ZZ1-27 West of Carolina, and other parts of the Conti- 

nent : Begun in March, 1669, and ended in Sep- 
tember, 1670. Together with A General Map 
of the whole Territory, which he traversed. Col- 
lected and Translated out of Latine from his 
Discourse and writings. By Sir William Talbot, 
Baronet (London, 1672) . Copy by Draper 
27 pp. 1 vol. 25.5x20.5 c. m. 

1741 Boerhaave, Dr. [Herman] . Elementa Chemiae,. . . Ex- 

cerpts from the translation by Peter Shaw giv- 

12ZZ55, 56 ing the method of separating gold from other 

metals. Copy. 2 pp. 

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1742-43 Pennsylvania Gazette*. Excerpt giving an account of 

[1743] skirmish between a body of Indians of the Five 

Jan. 27 Nations and the inhabitants of the upper parts 

of Virginia, which occurred the previous 

4ZZ5 autumn. The Indians 7 version of the affair as 

related by Thomas M c Kee, a trader. Copy. 

5 pp. 

1742-43 Pennsylvania Gazette*. Excerpt concerning message sent 
[1743] by Indians of the Five Nations to the Governor 

Feb. 2 [of Pennsylvania] assuring him of their peace- 

ful intentions towards the inhabitants. Copy. 

4ZZ5 1 p. 

1743 Pennsylvania Gazette]. Excerpt of a communication from 

Mar. 31 Williamsburg, [Va.] giving James M c DoweH's 

account of Indian skirmish in which his brother, 

4ZZ5 Capt. John M c Dowell was killed. Copy. 5 pp. 

1754 Dinwiddie, Gov. Robert. Williamsburg, [Va.] Proclama- 

Feb. 19 tion offering bounty land to encourage the en- 

listment of men in the colonial service; a fort 

3ZZ46 to be built on the Ohio River at the mouth of 

the Monongahela to oppose the encroachments 
of the French and Indians. Contemporary copy. 
1 p. Mutilated. Endorsed: Governor Dinwid- 
die 's Proclamation. 

1757 Dinwiddie, Eo'bert. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Lieut. 
Dec. 1 William Fleming, Augusta [County, Va.] No 

prospect of his securing an appointment from 
3ZZ47 Lord Loudoun; will mention his name; addi- 

tional pay for his services as surgeon. L.S. 
lp. 

1758 Blair, John. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to . In 

June 3 reply to letter of May 26, concerning affairs of 

expedition against Fort Duquesne. A. L. S. 
4ZZ51 3 pp. Endorsed: President Blair 1758. 

1758 Fauquier, Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

June 19 Col. [William] Byrd. Thanks for congratula- 

tions on safe arrival of himself and family; de- 

4ZZ41 cision of the council in regard to military mat- 

ters presented in his [Byrd's] letter; Cocke to 
succeed Captain Posey; commission for Light- 

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foot or Munford; wishes Mm success in the 
approaching campaign. A. L. S. 4 pp. En- 
dorsed: Gov. Fauquier 1758. 

1758 Little Carpenter, Great "Warrior, Old Hop, Prince, Con- 

June22 jurer, Willanawa, Standing Turkey, Moy Toy, 

Fort Loudoun. Affidavit certifying that George 

4ZZ52 Turner was sent by the Earl of Loudoun to the 

Cherokee nation to enlist Indians for service 
on frontiers of Virginia, that he was promised 
a large body of men, but that on the day ap- 
pointed for the march they refused to go, hav- 
ing been advised by their conjurers not to do 
so. Witnessed by Capt. Paul Demere and offi- 
cers of the garrison of Fort Loudoun. D. S. 

2 pp. 

1758 Turner, George. "Winchester. Letter to . Fail- 

Aug. 4 ure of his negotiations to secure assistance from 

the Cherokee; encloses certificate attributing 

4ZZ53 same to the conjurers; Little Carpenter will- 

ing to furnish 300 men in the autumn; sends 
his compliments to Colonel Mercer. A. L. S* 

3 pp. 

1758 Fauquier, Francis. "Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Aug. 17 [William] Byrd. Military matters; the reduc- 

tion of Fort Duquesne; refers to his letter to 

4ZZ42 Colonel Washington; Indians engaged in the 

service; financial affairs. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1758 [Fleming, William.] List of killed and wounded in 

Sept. 14 Grant's defeat [near Fort Duquesne], Sept. 14, 

1758. A. D. 1 p. Endorsed: Kild & Missing 

3ZZ48 in Grants engagement. [See list in Olden Time 

(Pittsburgh, 1848), II, 283.] 

1758 Fauquier, Lieut.-Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, Va. Speech 

Nov. 9 to the General Assembly of Virginia; called in 

special session to consider the probability of the 

4ZZ44, 45 Virginia forces being in action before Fort 

Duquesne at the expiration of their time of en- 
listment. Printed. 2 pp. 

1758 Fauquier, Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Nov. 12 William Byrd. Colonel of the Second Virginia. 

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Kegiment. Saying that he is empowered by Act 
4ZZ43 of Assembly to keep the [Virginia] regiments 

with the King 's army until January 1, by 
which time it is hoped that Fort [Duquesne] 
will be taken. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Gov. 
Fauquier 1758. 

1759 Fauquier, Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to 

Jan. 23 "William Byrd. Tendering him the command 

of the Virginia forces, Colonel Washington hav- 

4ZZ46 ing resigned; requests that he communicate 

with General Amherst on the operations of the 
ensuing campaign as far as they relate to Vir- 
ginia; all differences with Little Carpenter ad- 
justed. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Gov. 
Fauquier. 

1759 Byrd, Col. William. List of men recruited by him. A. 
June23[?] D. S. Signed by William Byrd the younger. 

2 pp. Endorsed: List of the Recruits inlisted 
4ZZ54 by Col°. Byrd. 

1760 Fauquier, Lieut -Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] 
Dec. 15 Excerpt from letter to Gen. [ Jeffery] Amherst. 

Joins Gov. [Arthur] Dobbs of North Carolina 
4ZZ47 and Gov. [William] Bull of South Carolina in 

application for assistance of His Majesty's 
troops in subduing the Cherokee; plan of at- 
tack. Copy. 1 p. Endorsed: Extract of a 
Letter from L*. Gov r . Fauquier to Gen 1 . Am- 
herst Dated W ms .burgh 15 th . Decem r . 1760. En- 
closed in General Amherst's letter of Mar. 5, 
1761. 

1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffery. New York. Excerpt from letter 
Jan. 19 to Gov. [Arthur] Dobbs. Acknowledges letter 

of Nov. 25; hopes province of North Carolina 
4ZZ26 has not been backward in cooperating with the 

Virginia forces in their operations against the 
Cherokee; Lieutenant-Colonel Grant in Caro- 
lina. Copy. 1 p. Endorsed: Extract of a Let- 
ter from Gen 1 . Amherst to Gov r . Dobbs Dated 
New York 19 th Jan 1 *. 1761. Enclosed in Gen- 
eral Amherst's letter of Mar. 5, 1761. 

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1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffery. New York. Excerpt from letter 

Jan. 21 to Lieut.-Gov. [Francis] Fauquier. Can not 

send further aid for Cherokee campaign; com- 

4ZZ28 bined forces of Virginia and South Carolina, 

and Colonel Grant's regulars should be suffi- 
cient, even though North Carolina should not 
send troops; Colonel Byrd's report of good 
roads from back settlements to the Upper 
Towns. Copy. 2 pp. Endorsed: Extract of n 
Letter from Gen 1 . Amherst to IA Gov 1 ". Fauquier 
Dated New York 21 st Jan r r 1761. Enclosed in 
General Amherst's letter of Mar. 5, 1761. 

1761 Bull, Lieut.-Gov. [William]. Charleston. Excerpt from 

Jan. 24 letter to Gen. [Jeffery] Amherst. Concerning 

movements of armies from [North Carolina] 

4ZZ27 and Virginia against Keowee and Chota. Copy. 

1 p. On same sheet: General Amherst's reply 
stating that he has written Governor Fauquier 
about operations of the Virginia troops. En- 
dorsed: Extract of a Letter from L*. Gov r . Bull 
to General Amherst Dated Charles Town 24 th . 
Jan r ^. 1761, with the Gen 1 ' 8 . Answer thereto 13 th 
Febr y . 1761. Enclosed in General Amherst's 
letter of Mar. 5, 1761. 

1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffery. New York. Excerpt from letter 

Feb. 13 to Lieut.-Gov. [Francis] Fauquier. Received 

dispatches from Lieutenant-Governor Bull and 

4ZZ29 Colonel Grant informing of safe arrival of 

troops at Charleston; Colonel Grant to be at 
Fort Prince George by May 1 at which time he 
wishes the Virginia troops to be at Chotee; ad- 
vantage of concerted action. Copy. 1 p. En- 
dorsed : Extract of a Letter from Gen 1 . Amherst 
to L* Gov 1 - Fauquier Dated New York 13 th . 
Febr y . 1761. Enclosed in General Amherst's 
letter of Mar. 5, 1761. 

1761 Fauquier, Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Wil- 

Feb. 16 liam Byrd. Apropos of Byrd's coming to as- 

sume command of Virginia forces on Cherokee 

4ZZ50 expedition; recruiting the regiment; presents 

for Little Carpenter and other Indians; over- 

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tures for peace; instructions to Lieutenant- 
Colonel Stephen; congratulations on his 
[Byrd's] marriage. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffery. New York. Letter to Col. [Wil- 

Mar. 5 liam] Byrd. Acknowledges letter of February 

22, by Lieutenant Irwin; congratulations on his 

4ZZ30 marriage; encloses extracts from letters telling 

of proposed measures against the Cherokee ; not 
in favor of a separate peace; must not break 
the faith with Little Carpenter without reason ; 
pleased that Lieutenant Irwin should have been 
useful in the last campaigns. L. S. 3 pp. En- 
dorsed: Gen 1 . Amherst 6 th . of March 1761. 

1761 Byrd, Col. [William] . Letter to Gen. [Jeffery Amherst] . 

Mae. 10 Concerning Lieutenant-Colonel Grant 's plans 

for Cherokee expedition. Unsigned. 1 p. 

4ZZ31 Fragment. Endorsed : Col°. Byrd's letter to the 

Gen 1 . March 10 th . 1761. 

1761 Byrd, Col. [William] . Letter to Gen. [ Jeffery] Amherst. 

Mar. 21 Received his commands by Lieutenant Irwin ; 

will set out for Virginia as soon as possible; 

4ZZ31 asks further instructions concerning expedition 

against the Cherokee. Auto, draft. 3 pp. En- 
dorsed: Col°. Byrd's Letter to G. Amherst 
March 21 s * 1761. 

[1761 [Byrd, William.] Letter to [Jeffery Amherst]. Aeknowl- 

Mar.] edges letter of March 5 with enclosures; thanks 

for congratulations on his marriage; intends to 
4ZZ35 visit New York; impracticability of proposed 

plans for expedition against the Cherokee ; need 

of more men; his superiority in rank to Colonel 

Grant. Auto, draft. 4 pp. 

1761 Fauquier, Francis. Williamsburg, [Va.] Instructions to 

Apr. 28 William Byrd, "Colonel of the Kegiment and 

Comm r . in chief of the Forces of Virginia, and 

4ZZ48 of the Expedition into the upper Cherokee 

Towns." A. D. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Instruc- 
tions to the Hon ble . Colonel William Byrd Dated 
28 th . 1761. 

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1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffery. New York. Letter to Col. [Wil- 

May 11 liain] Byrd. Eeceipt of letter of April 19 ; in- 

structions concerning conduct of Cherokee cam- 

4ZZ32 paign ; Doctor Walker to supply provisions. L. 

S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Gen 1 . Amherst May 11 th - 
1761. 

1761 Fauquier, Gov. Francis. Williamsburg, . [Va.] Letter to 

July 1 Col. [William] Byrd. Further instructions con- 

cerning Cherokee expedition; Stephen and 

4ZZ49 Lewis to be made colonels; payment of Franks 's 

account for goods purchased for the regiment; 
the terms of peace to be left to Governor Bull 
of South Carolina; reference to cruise of His 
Majesty's ship "Assistance". A. L. S. 8 pp. 
Endorsed: Gov. Fauquier July 1, 1761. 

1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffery. Albany, [N. Y.] Letter to Col. 

July 2 [William Byrd], Philadelphia. Acknowledges 

letter of June 7, enclosing a return of the 

4ZZ33 strength of the Virginia regiment ; had expected 

him to push forward against the enemy; Gen- 
eral Monckton ordered to supply him with pro- 
visions. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Gen 1 . Amherst 
July 2 d . 1761. 

1761 [Byrd, William.] Letter to Gen. [Jeffery Amherst]. In- 

Aug. 1 forming of his arrival on July 15 ; his detention 

for the want of carriages and horses, and con- 

4ZZ36 sequent failure to cooperate with Colonel Grant ; 

impracticability of continuing his march into 
the Cherokee country; Little Carpenter's desire 
for peace; his resignation. Auto, draft. 5 pp. 
Endorsed: Copy of my Letter to the General 
Aug*. 1" 1761. 

1761 Amherst, Gen. Jeffrey. Albany. Letter to Col. [Wil- 

Aug. 20 liam] Byrd. Colonel Grant not to remove his 

troops from Carolina until peace is concluded 

4ZZ37 with the Cherokee by Lieutenant-Governor 

Bull; Byrd to pursue his instructions in annoy- 
ing the Cherokee in the upper country, and not 
to think of resigning his command until his 
service is completed. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Gen 1 . Amherst 20 th Aug*. 1761. 

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1761 [Fleming 1 , William.] Camp at Stalnaker's. Order of 

Sept. 20 march on Cherokee expedition. Captain Gist, 

Ensigns Long and M c Knight named as officers 

3ZZ49 on guard the following day. A. D. 2 pp. En- 

dorsed : Line of March and w n [ ?] attack 'd 
Sept r . 20 th 1761. 

1761 [Byrd, William.] Letter to Gen. [Jeffery] Amherst. 

Thinks the Virginia assembly will grant the re- 

4ZZ38 quested number of troops; knows nothing more 

of the Cherokee than what is contained in New 
York papers; requests that Lieutenant Irwin be 
allowed to continue with him through the cam- 
paign. Auto, draft. 2 pp. Endorsed: To 
Gen 1 . Amherst Winter 1761 Prom Philadelphia. 

1761 Byrd, Col. [William]. Letter to Gen. [Jeffery] Amherst. 

Failure of the contractors to furnish his troops 

4ZZ39 with provisions; has himself made arrange- 

ments for flour and carriages in order that he 
might push on to cooperate with General Grant; 
hopes Doctor Walker will be instructed to pay 
for same. Auto, draft. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col . 
Byrds Letters from Philadelphia to Gen 1 . Am- 
herst 1761. 

[1761] [Byrd, William.] Letter to [Jeffery Amherst?]. The 
Cherokee expedition; will proceed with 500 

4ZZ56 men to the Great Island and await orders; 

has had no communication from Colonel Grant 
or G[overnor] B[ull]. Auto, draft. 1 p. 

[cl761] Alison, Dr. Francis. il Rules proposed for y e Latin 
12ZZ1, 2 School." Curriculum. Copy. 2 pp. 

1763 [Fleming, William.] Staunton, [Va.] Letter to [Fran- 

July 26 cis Fauquier], General consternation occa- 

sioned by the invasion of [Augusta] ; the mil- 

3ZZ50 itia unequal to the defense of the county; sug- 

gestions ; commendation of Lieutenant Cunning- 
ham, the bearer. Auto, draft. 2 pp. 

1763 " Extract of a Eoyal Proclamation published in the Vir- 

Oct. 7 ginia Gazette Jan^. 13 th . 1764." Empowering 

3ZZ51 the governors of British colonies in North Amer- 

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ica to grant bounty lands to officers and sol- 
diers; the Indians not to be disturbed in pos- 
session of their lands. Copy. 2 pp. 

1763 Bingeman, John. Narrative of personal encounters with 

1ZZ36 Indians. 1 p. 

1765 Christian, William. Stone House. Letter to . 

Feb. 28 Colonel M c NeilTs death; Thompson and Hamil- 

ton tried for counterfeiting; Indian signs seen 

15ZZ1, 2 near M c Afee's and M^Murtrey's. A. L. S. 

2 pp. Mutilated. 

1767 Henry, Patrick. Louisa. Letter to [William Fleming, 
June 10 Augusta County, Va.] Scheme for settlement 

of lands lying on the Mississippi near its junc- 
15ZZ3 tion with the Ohio; Fleming to go out and 

view the country ; advised to keep a diary of his 
journey. A. L. S. 1 p. Mutilated. 

1768 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of a deed by Chaufour 
Mar. 10 de Louviere of Prairie du Rocher to John 

Boynton, Samuel Wharton, and George Morgan 
12ZZ91 of Philadelphia for 750 acres of land six miles 

below Fort Chartres. Acknowledged before 
Gordon Forks, Mar. 12, 1768. A. N. 1 p. 

1769 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of an indenture be- 
Mar. 14 tween Alexis La Plante and Tempe Denis Ver- 

ronneau, his wife, to J [ohn] B [oynton] , 
12ZZ91 S[amuel] W [barton], and G[eorge] M [organ] 

for land situated near Kaskaskia village. 
Acknowledged Mar. 20, 1768 before James M c - 
Millan. John Wilkins, Commandant. A. N. 
lp. 

1769 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of an indenture be- 

Mar. 15 tween Jacque Boutillet, Jervis Jilbert and wife, 

and Francis Jobiden of the one part and John 

12ZZ91 Boynton, Samuel Wharton, and George Mor- 

gan of the second part for two tracts of land 
six miles from Fort Chartres. Acknowledged 
Mar. 19, 1769 before J. Rumsey. A. N. 1 p. 

1769 [Finley, John E.] Notes giving location of grants made 

Apr. by John Wilkins (Lieutenant-Colonel of his 

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Majesty's 18th Koyal Regiment of Ireland, Gov- 
12ZZ92, 93 ernor and Commandant of the Illinois country) 

to George Morgan, Joseph Galloway, Samuel 
Wharton, James Rumsey, and John Boynton. 
A. N. 2 pp. 

1770 Ruston, Job. Inventory of goods referred to in his mar- 

July 9 riage contract with Edith M c Crea. Witnessed 

by Elizabeth Ruston and Robert Wallace. 
12ZZ36 Copy. 1 p. 

1770 R[uston], J[ob], and E[dith] M[ c Crea], Pennsylvania. 
July 9 Marriage contract. Copy. 3 pp. 

12ZZ7-9 

1771 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of an indenture between 
Aug. 8 Charles Cadron or St. Piere of St. Philip's Vil- 
lage and Marie Jeanne Mercier, his wife, of the 

12ZZ93 one part, and Moses and Jacob Franks of Lon- 

don, and David and Moses Franks of Phila- 
delphia, James Rumsey and William Murray 
of Illinois of the second part for improved land. 
A. N. 1 p. 

1771, Ruston, Job. Extracts from wills made in 1771, 1773, 

1773, and 1775. Copy. 2 pp. 

1775 
12ZZ37, 38 

1772 May, John. Clerk of Botetourt County, [Va.] State- 
May-Dec. ment of account against Thomas Madison for 

court costs. A. D. S. 1 p. On reverse^ Fran- 
5ZZ1 cis Smith's receipt to Thomas Madison, for £1 

19s. 6d. Endorsed: Tho s . Madison 971. 

1772 Byrd, Col. William. Westover, [Va.] Letter to . 

Sept. 12 Concerning survey of bounty lands; recom- 

mends Benjamin Duval as a surveyor. Con- 

4ZZ55 temporary copy. 2 pp. Mutilated. Endorsed: 

Col . Byrds Letter & the Proclamation. 

1773 Kennedy, Patrick. Table of distances traveled by him 
July 23- on boat trip up the Illinois Eiver from Kaskas- 
Aug. 16 kia village to the French encampment; loca- 
tion of coal mines and salt ponds. In hand- 

12ZZ108 writing of John E. Finley. 1 p. 

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1773 [Finley, John B.] Memorandum of course followed by 
July Gen. William Thompson, James Boyd, M c Kin- 

ney, Maxwell, Peery, James Hamilton, and 
12ZZ140 Archibald Lochry, surveyors in Kentucky in 

1773. A. N. 1 p. 

1774 Buford, Thomas. Bedford County. Will. Witnessed 
Aug. 20 by John Eckhols, Samuel Baker, and Augustine 

Hackworth. Probated Nov. 28, 1774. Con- 
6ZZlla temporary copy. 2 pp. Endorsed: Bufords 

Will A Copy Ben Rice, D. C. 

1774 Fleming, William. Union Camp on the Levels [of] 

Sept. 4 G[reen] B[rier], Letter to Mrs. Fleming, Bel- 

mont, Botetourt [County, Va.] The army as- 

2ZZ1 sembling ; news of the camp ; three men ordered 

by Colonel Lewis to Belmont; no cause for un- 
easiness ; his horses missing ; expects her brother 
[William Christian] during the week. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
more J s War, pp. 181, 182. 

1774 [Fleming*, William.] Orderly book kept during the 

Sept. 4- Point Pleasant expedition. Returns of troops 

Oct. 22 from Botetourt, Fincastle, and Augusta coun- 

ties are given; also a list of the killed and 
2ZZ71 wounded after the battle. Partly in handwrit- 

ing of John Todd. A. D. 45 pp. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, 
pp. 313-360. 

1774 Fleming, William. Union Camp. Letter to [Mrs. Anne 

Sept. 7 Fleming] . Arrival of companies from Fincastle 

[County]; order of march from Camp Union; 

2ZZ2 number of men; Lord Dunmore near Pitts- 

burgh; destruction of Indian town, Wakatom- 
akee, by Major M c Donald; has sent horses by 
Martin M c Ferran and a son of Samuel M c Rob- 
erts. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 183, 184. 

1774 Fleming, William. Union Camp. Letter to [Mrs. Anne 

Sept. 7 Fleming]. Returned horses by Martin M c Fer- 

ran and John M c Roberts; will be home before 

2ZZ3 December, or early in that month, unless he 

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should return by way of the Kentucky; will 
march on Monday; [Colonel Christian] to fol- 
low a few days after; number of men. A. L. S» 

i P . 

1774 Newell, Capt. James. Orderly book kept by him on the 

Sept. 8- expedition to Point Pleasant. Gives an ac- 

Oct. 27 count of the Battle of Point Pleasant; a gen- 

eral return of Fincastle troops, Oct. 19, 1774, 
11ZZ1-12 and a general return of troops encamped at 

Point Pleasant under command of Col. "William 
Fleming, Oct. 27, 1774. Copy. 12 pp. Index 
by Lyman C. Draper. Printed: Virginia Mag- 
azine of History, xi, pp. 242-253. 

1774 Fleming, "William. Union Camp. Letter to [Mrs. Anne 

Sept. 9 Fleming]. Avails of opportunity afforded by 

John "Welch's return to assure her of his wel- 

2ZZ4 fare; mentions having sent the horses home,- 

will march on Monday; her brother to follow 
later; message to Mrs. Christian. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1774 Lewis, Capt. John. Muster-roll of his company of volun- 

Sept. 10 teers. A. D. [?] 1 p. Printed: Crozier, 

Virginia Colonial Militia, p. 85; Thwaites and 
2ZZ27 Kellogg, Dunm&re's War, pp. 408, 409. 

1774 Love, Capt. Philip. Muster-roll of his company of vol- 

Sept. 10 unteers. A. D. 1 p. Mutilated. Endorsed: 

Cap 6 Loves Roul 29. Printed: Crozier, Virginia 

2ZZ32 Colonial Militia, pp. 84, 85; Thwaites and Kel- 

logg, Dunmore's War, p. 407. 

[c 1774 M c Clanahan, Capt. Robert. List of his company of vol- 
Sept. 10] unteers from Botetourt. A. D. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: Cap 6 . R. M c Clennachan Roll. Printed: 

2ZZ39 Crozier, Virginia Colonial Militia, p. 86; 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore 's War, 
pp. 410, 411. 

1774 Murray, Capt. John. Muster-roll of his company of vol- 

Sept. 10 unteers from Botetourt. A. D. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: Roll Cap fc Murrow. Printed: Crozier, 

2ZZ31 Virginia Colonial Militia, p. 84; Thwaites and 

Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 406. 

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1774 Nalle, Capt. William. Muster-roll of his company of 

Sept. 10 volunteers from Augusta. A. D. S. 1 p. 

Printed : Crozier, Virginia Colonial Militia, 
2ZZ30 pp. 83, 84; Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, p. 405. 

1774 Wallace, Adam. Great Levels of Greenbrier. Deposi- 

Sept. 10 tion giving substance of John Bowyer's conver- 

sation relating to orders given by Col. A. Lewis 
2ZZ11 for sending out men in defense of the frontiers. 

D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Adam "Wallaces Depo- 
sition. 

1774 Lewis, Col. Andrew. A return of the Botetourt troops at 

Sept. 11 Union Camp under command of Colonel Lewis. 

Signed by William Fleming. 1 p. On reverse : 
2ZZ23 Memorandum giving order of march. Printed : 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 413. 

1774 Christian, William. Camp Union. Letter to [Mrs. Anne 

Sept. 18 Fleming]. Intends to march on 25th or 26th 

but will not reach the Ohio before October 10 

2ZZ10 or 12; Fleming left on Monday, the 12th; fam- 

ily affairs. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 205, 206. 

1774 Fleming, William. Mouth of Elk River. Letter to 

Sept. 27 [Mrs. Anne Fleming]. Within five days' march 

of the Ohio; no news of Lord Dunmore since 
2ZZ5 leaving Camp Union on Greenbrier; five scouts 

sent in search of him; will march on Friday 

next ; the men employed in making canoes ; 

[Colonel Christian] yet on Greenbrier. A. L. S. 

3 pp. 

1774 Lewis, Col. Andrew. il A general Return of the army In 

Sept. 27 campt on Elk River Under the Command of 

Coll . Andrew Lewis Commander in Chief." 
2ZZ24 A. D. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 

Dunmore's War, pp. 415, 416. 
[cl774] Pauling, Capt. Henry. List of [Botetourt troops] . A. D, 

1 p. Endorsed: Cap* Paulings Roll. Printed: 
2ZZ41 Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 411. 

1774 Lewis, Col. Andrew. "A Return of the Botetourt and 

Oct. 7 Fincastle Troops under the Command of Col 

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And w . Lewis encamped on Point Pleasant 

2ZZ25 Octob r - 7, 1774." A. D. 1 p. Printed: 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 417. 

1774 Love, Capt. Philip. Muster-roll of his company while 

Oct. 7 encamped at the mouth of the Kanawha. A. D. 

2ZZ33 1 p. Mutilated. Endorsed: Cap* Loves Boll. 

1774 Shelby, Capt. E[van]. Muster-roll of his company of 

Oct. 7 volunteers from Fineastle. A. D. S. 2 pp. 

Endorsed: Cap fc Shelbys Eoll. Printed: Cro- 

2ZZ37,38 zier, Virginia Colonial Militia, p. 87; Thwaites 

and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 412. 

[1774 F[leming], W[illiam]. Letter to Col. [Adam] Stephen, 

Oct. 8] at the mouth of Hockhocking. Point Pleasant 

camp before the battle ; sorry that it is not con- 
2ZZ71 venient for troops with him [Stephen] to join 

them there. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed : 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, 

pp. 236-238. 

1774 Lewis, Col. Andrew. "A Morning Keturn of the Bote- 

Oct. 9 tourt & Fincastle Troops Campt on Point 

Pleasant Under the Command of Col . Andrew 
2ZZ26 Lewis Commander in Ch[ief]." A. D. 1 p. 

Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, p. 418. 

1774 [Point Pleasant, Battle. of.] List of killed and wounded. 

Oct. 10 1 p. Endorsed: Kild & Wounded Officers & 

2ZZ34 Privates Oct r . 10 th - 1774. 

1774 Fleming, William. Letter to [Mrs. Anne Fleming] . An 

Oct. 13 account of the battle of Point Pleasant; Rich- 

ard Wilson and Smith are both well. A. L. S. 
2ZZ6 1 p. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 253, 254. 

[1774 Fleming, William. Letter to William Bowyer, Staun- 

Oct. 13?] ton, [Va.] An account of the battle of Point 

Pleasant. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites 
2ZZ7 and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 254-257. 

1774 Floyd, John. The mouth of the Great Kanawha. Letter 

Oct. 16 to [William Preston]. Battle of Point Pleasant; 

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number of men engaged; will probably not re- 
2ZZ62,63 turn to the settlements by way of Kentucky. 

Newspaper clipping from the [Frankfort] 
Commonwealth Mar. 4, 1834. 2 pp. Prefaced 
by remarks of Orlando Brown on the com- 
parative warlike qualities of the northern and 
southern Indians. 

1774 Shelby, Isaac. "Camp Opposite to the mouth of Great 

Oct. 16 Canaway." Letter to John Shelby, Holston 

River, Fincastle County, [Va.] Detailed ac- 

7ZZ2 count of Battle of Point Pleasant. A. L. S. 

3 pp. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 
move's War, pp. 269-277. 

7ZZ3 . Copy by Draper. 

1774 [Lewis, Andrew.] Camp at Point Pleasant. Letter to 

Oct. 17 Col. "William Fleming. Instructions. A. L. 1 p. 

2ZZ73 

1774 Fleming, Col. William. "A Morning Return of The 

Oct. 19 Troops Campt on Point Pleasant Under the 

Command of Colo William Fleming." A. D. 
2ZZ21 1 p. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's 

War, pp. 418, 419. 

1774 [Fleming, William.] "A List of Wounded men Now on 

Oct. 23 my List Octo r 23, 1774. " A. D. 1 p. Printed : 

Crozier, Virginia Colonial Militia, p. 88; Thwaites 
2ZZ35 and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 419. 

1774 Watkins, John. Point Pleasant, [Va.]. A return of the 

Oct. 23 wounded and sick. Contemporary copy. 1 p. 

7ZZ4 

1774 Fleming, Col. William. "A Morning Return of The 

Oct. 28 Troops Campt at Point Pleasant Commanded by 

Colo. Wm. Fleming.' ' 1 p. Printed: Thwaites 
2ZZ22 and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 420. 

1774 Preston, William. Letter to [Patrick Henry]. An ac- 

Oct. 31 count of the Battle of Point Pleasant from in- 

formation contained in letters from Colonel 

7ZZ3 Christian and others who were on the expedi- 

tion; "particulars of the action drawn up by 

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Col . Andrew Lewis" enclosed; also a return of 
killed and wounded; Purdie to be given a copy 
of enclosed papers. Copy by Draper. 3 pp. 

1774 Bowyer, William. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to [Mrs. Anne 

Nov. 6 Fleming]. On hearing that her husband was 

wounded in Battle of Point Pleasant. A. L. S. 
7ZZ43 2 pp. Appended: List of the dead. 

[1774] Buford, Capt. [Thomas]. "A list of Capt. Bufords Com- 
pany of Volunteers. " A. D. [?] 1 p. Endorsed: 

2ZZ36 Cap*. Bufords Comp^ 8 Roll. Printed: Crozier, 

Virginia Colonial Militia, p. 86; Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 409. 

1774 [Fleming, William.] Journal of the Point Pleasant ex- 

pedition, 1774. An abbreviated account of the 

2ZZ71 expedition, written from the data in his Orderly 

Book. A. D. 9 pp. Indexed by Draper. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, pp. 
281-291. 



[1774] Fleming, Col. William. "A Morning Eeturn of [the 
Botetourt regiment] Under the Command of 
Col. [William Fleming]. 7 ' A. D. 1 p. Printed; 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 415. 



2ZZ20 



[1774] [Fleming, William.] Plan of march of the Point Pleas- 

ant expedition. A. D. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites 
2ZZ42 and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 283. 

[1774] Lewis, Capt. John. A list of his company from Bote- 
2ZZ28, 29 tourt. 2 pp. Endorsed: Cap*. Lewis Roll. 

[1774] Mad[ison], John. Letter to Mrs. Anne Fleming. Colonel 

Fleming's brave conduct at Battle [of Point 
2ZZ9 Pleasant] ; his wounds not mortal; list of killed 

and wounded. A. L. S. 1 p. Mutilated. 

Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, 

pp. 279-281. 

[1774] Stuart, Capt. John. List of his company. A. D. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Cap fc Stewarts. Printed: Crozier, Vir- 

2ZZ40 ginia Colonial Militia, p. 86; Thwaites and Kel- 

logg, Dunmore's War, p. 410. 

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1775 Christian, William, and Stephen Trigg. Fincastle County, 
Feb. 18 ["Va.J Call for a meeting of freeholders of Fin- 
castle County to elect delegates to convention 

7ZZ6 at Richmond, March 20, 1775. A. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Pennsylvania Packet. Excerpt stating that Col. George 
Apr. 15 Morgan, as secretary and receiver-general of 

the land office of the grantees and proprietors 
1ZZ2 of the retribution lands, called "Indiana", will 

issue warrants and grant patents to settlers on 
these lands until the first day of January next i 
boundary of the tract. Copy. 2 pp. 

1776 Dunlop, Ephraim. Account-book containing his accounts-. 

July 16- as assistant-commissary for the Cherokee ex- 

Nov. 18 pedition in 1776. A. D. S. 7 pp. 

5ZZ94, 95 "■ 

1776 Russell, Gen. William. Fort Chiswell. Letter to Col. 

July 23 William Fleming, County Lieutenant of Bote- 

tourt. Indians defeated in Battle of Long 

2ZZ8 Island on Holston; William Bane's wife killed 

near Capt. John Shelby 's; returned from Hol- 
ston to hasten march of men from Reed Creek; 
will march tomorrow; request for powder; one 
hundred men to be held in readiness; a fort 
being built at the mines. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: Gen 1 Russell. 

1776 M c Clanahan, William. Hand's Meadows. Letter to 

July 24 [William Fleming], Informing of his arrival; 

his company not complete ; disappointed in re- 

3ZZ23 gard to drafts from companies of Captains 

Crockett and Robinson; an account of Battle of 
Long Island on Holston, as related by Capt. 
John Bowman. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper 
Ohio, pp. 169, 170. 

1776 [Fleming, William.] Letter, to The President. Will pro- 

Aug. 2 ceed at once with the raising of men who are 

to march to the Long Island of Holston River ; 

2ZZ77 skirmish with the Indians ; invasion of Fincastle 

County by the Cherokee; two companies sent 
to assistance of Colonel Russell; in want of 

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arms and ammunition; preparations for the 
expedition; requested that Doctor Smith of Bed- 
ford County be appointed surgeon. A. L. 3 pp. 

1776 Stuart, Capt. John. Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Aug. 2 "William Fleming, Botetourt. Reported by Van 

Bibber that the Indians are about to attack the 

3ZZ1 frontiers; requests that the militia be ordered 

out, and that companies be stationed on Indian 
Creek, Muddy Creek, and at the Levels. A. L. 
S. 2 pp. Endorsed: From Cap 1 Stewart Aug 1 
2 76. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revo- 
lution on the Upper Ohio, pp. 177, 178. 

1776 F[leming], W [illiam] . Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to 

Aug. 4 [John Stuart], Receipt of letter by William 

Huggins informing of Indian alarm ; instruc- 

3ZZ1 tions for defense of the frontier; assistance 

promised; requests that instructions be for- 
warded to captains of the militia on Greenbrier. 
Auto, draft, signed. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper Ohio, pp. 
179-181. 

1776 Stuart, Capt. John. Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to Col. 

Aug. 10 William Fleming, Botetourt. Erection of fort 

at Camp Union; suggestions as to placing of 

3ZZ2, 3 men in case of an invasion ; Capt. Samuel Brown 

to furnish provisions for the militia; Jacob 
Lockhart, Josiah M c Dowell, George Davidson, 
and William Johnston sent out as scouts; the 
advisability of placing one division of men at 
Captain Donnally's. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper 
Ohio, pp. 181-183. 

1776 Dunlap's Maryland Gazette. Excerpt giving an account 

Aug. 13 of engagement between the Fincastle militia and 

Cherokee Indians. Copy. 1 p. Endorsed: 
3ZZ44 Island Flat Battle. 

1776 Arbuckle, Matthew. Fort Randolph. Letter to [William 

Aug. 15 Fleming] . Relating to complaints against him 

concerning his enlistment of men ; capture and 

2ZZ7S rescue of the Boone and Callaway girls: Corn- 

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stalk at Detroit treating with the English. A. 
L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Revolution on the Upper Ohio, pp. 185-187. 

1776 Dunlap's Maryland Gazette. Excerpt of communication 

Aug. 20 from Williamsburg, [Va.], Aug. 9, [1776] in- 

forming of Cherokee attack on fort at Watauga 

3ZZ44 in July, and the fight on middle fork of Hols- 

ton. Copy. 1 p. Endorsed: Attack on Wa- 
tauga & the fight on Middle fork of Holston. 

1776 Barclay, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for flour for 

Aug. 21 Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Woods, David. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for flour for 

Aug. 21 Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Fleming, William. Letter to [John Stuart]. Acknowl- 

Aug. 24 edges letter by Captain Donnally ; directs that 

a command of men be kept at the fort on the 
3ZZ3 Levels, and promises further assistance in case 

of invasion. Auto, draft, signed. 1 p. Printed : 

Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on the Upper 

Ohio, p. 184. 

1776 South, John. Account-book containing list of horses 

Sept. 1- purchased for the Cherokee expedition in 1776, 

Nov. 18 and sundry other accounts. A. D. S. 11 pp. 

5ZZ93 

1776 [Fleming, William.] Letter to Capt. [George] Givens. 

Sept. 2 Instructing him to march with a company of 

men to the defense of the people on Greenbrier. 
3ZZ4 Auto, draft. 1 p. Endorsed: To Cap* Givens. 

Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on 

the Upper Ohio, pp. 192, 193. 

1776 Stuart, John. Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 3 Fleming, Botetourt. Lead sent by Captain Van 

Bibber in accordance with his order; people on 

3ZZ5 Muddy Creek gathered in forts; two men gone 

to the Point for news of Captain Arbuckle ; 
proposes to retain men who built the fort ; Cap- 
tain Anderson to apply for a small command 

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to stay at his mill; recruits for Captain Ar- 
buckle's company; scarcity of salt. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolu- 
tion oh the Upper Ohio, pp. 193-195. 

1776 Woods, David. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for flour for 

Sept. 3 Cherokee expedition, and for baggage of Capt. 

5ZZ2 John Gilmore's company. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Martin, Capt. Joseph. Orderly book for the use of Capt. 

Sept. 5- Joseph Martin *s Company from Pittsylvania 

Oct. 20 County on the Cherokee expedition. A. D. 33 

8ZZ72 pp. Index and notes by Lyman C. Draper. 

1776[?] Kidd, Daniel. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for use 
Sept. 6 of his brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

5ZZ2 1 p. 

1776 Scott, James, and Robert Hill. Voucher to Hugh Bar- 

Sept. 6 clay for use of their teams in Samuel Craig's 

5ZZ2 brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Presbytery of Hanover. Proposal to establish an acad- 

Sept. 8 emy of learning near Timber Ridge Meeting- 

house in Augusta County, [Va.] Names of trus- 
7ZZ7 tees. A. D. 1 p. On reverse : Subscription 

blank. 

1776 Barclay Jr., Hugh. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for flour 

Sept. 9 for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 



1776 Hays, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for [corn] for 

Sept. 9 the use of his brigade. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 M c Clure, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 10s. 

Sept. 9 received from Patrick Lockhart for a claim of 

Malcolm M c Clure. Witnessed by William Cal- 
5ZZ97 vert. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 M c Clure, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 5s. 

Sept. 9 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Robert Preston for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Samuel M c Clure. 

Signed by mark. 1 p. 

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1776 M c Clure, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 10s. 

Sept. 9 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef pur- 

chased by Robert Preston for Cherokee expedi- 
5ZZ97 tion. "Witnessed by Joshua Phipps. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 M c Ferran, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 

Sept. 9 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Martin Baker. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 M c Roberts, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 

Sept. 9 received from Patrick Lockhart in payment for 

beef cattle bought of Andrew Henry for Chero- 

5ZZ97 kee expedition. Witnessed by John M c Roberts. 

D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Patterson, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. 9 his brigade on Cherokee expedition. D.'S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Thompson, Elizabeth. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 9 £14 10s. received from Patrick Lockhart for 

beef cattle purchased of William Thompson by 
5ZZ97 William M c Afee for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

nessed by John Frogg. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Wills, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 9 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Robert Preston for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Andrew Henry. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 Bainbridge, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 

Sept. 10 4.?. for linen and making bags for Cherokee ex- 

pedition. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ6 1 p. 

1776 Biggs, Alexander. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money received. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. 

5ZZ8 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cameron, Charles. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money received for Elizabeth Maron { ?], Thomas 

Posey, Francis Matthews. Witnessed by Stephen 
5ZZ8 Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Campbell, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for "Bight 

Sept. 10 Dyets" for his brigade. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Cartmill, Henry. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 8s. 

Sept. 10 4d. for flour for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ6 nessed by Stephen Trigg. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Corbet, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 10s. 

Sept. 10 for beef. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ4 1 p. 

1776 Crawford, William, per Samuel M c Roberts. Receipt to 

Sept. 10 Thomas Madison for £2 10s. received from Pat- 

rick Lockhart for beef sold to Andrew Henry 
5ZZ97 for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cunningham, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money received for bags from William M. 

Campbell and James Dickson. Witnessed by 
5ZZ13 Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Davidson, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 

Sept. 10 4s. 2d. for flour for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ8 nessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Davis, [Samuel]. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 15s. 

Sept. 10 for beef for the Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ4 nessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Edmondson[?], James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money received. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. 

5ZZ4 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Galbreath, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 received for linen and making bags for Chero- 

kee expedition. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. 
5ZZ11 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Gilmore, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 received. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ8 1 p. 

1776 Hickman, John. Receipt to Thomas Madis-on for money 

Sept. 10 received for flour and bags for the expedition. 

5ZZ11 Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Kyle, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 5s. 

Sept. 10 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. "Witnessed by James Ritchey. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 Lawrence, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 1 £10 

Sept. 10 for flour for use of Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ6 nessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Lapsley, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10. 

Sept. 10 Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ11 

1776 Lapsley, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12. 

Sept. 10 Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ13 

1776 Logan, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 for 

Sept. 10 flour delivered by William Logan for the expe- 

dition. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ4 1 p. 

1776 Logan, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 18s. 

Sept. 10 for flour for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ4 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 M c Clure, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 10s. 

Sept. 10 for flour purchased of Arthur M c Clure. Wit- 

5ZZ13 nessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 M c Clure, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 4s. 

Sept. 10 for flour. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ4 1 p. 

1776 M c Ferran, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 

Sept. 10 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Joshua Phipps. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 M c Roberts, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 

Sept. 10 5s. received from Patrick Lockhart for beef 

cattle purchased by Andrew Henry for Cher- 

5ZZ97 okee expedition. Witnessed by William George. 

D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Mitchell, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 10s. 

Sept. 10 for heef for use of the expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ11 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Moore, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 received. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ4 1 p. 

1776 Moore, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 5s. 3d. 

Sept. 10 for flour. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ8 1 p. 

1776 Ocheltree, Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 

Sept. 10 12s. for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ11 nessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Paxton, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 received. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ8 1 p. 

1776 Poage, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 15s. for 

Sept. 10 beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ13 Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Porter, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 10s. 

Sept. 10 for flour for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ11 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Ritchey, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Samuel M c Ferran. D. 

S. Ip. 

1776 Ritchey, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 

Sept. 10 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by William Kvle. D. S. 

Ip. 

1776 Scott, James, and Robert Hill. Receipt to Thomas Mad- 

Sept. 10 ison for £2 8s. Witnessed by Samuel Lawrence. 

5ZZ13 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Shephe[r]d, Dubartus. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 £6 for beeves sold by Agnes Wood for Cherokee 

expedition. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. 
5ZZ6 S. 1 p. 

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1776 Smyth, Ad. Eeceipt to Thomas Madison for £4 18s. 6d 

Sept. 10 received from Patrick Lockhart for butter pur- 

chased for the public use. Witnessed by 
5ZZ97 Richard May. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Snodgrass, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money for flour and bags for Cherokee expedi- 

5ZZ11 tion. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Taly, Christy. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 for 

Sept. 10 beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ4 Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Taylor, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 15s. 

Sept. 10 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ6 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Tedford, Alexander. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money received for flour purchased of John and 

Alexander Telford. Witnessed by Stephen 
5ZZ11 Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Templeton, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 10 money received for flour and flour casks for the 

expedition. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ6 1 p. 

1776 Trimble, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 received. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ4 1 p. 

1776 Walker, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 17s. 

Sept. 10 for beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ6 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Wallace, P., per John Bowyer. Receipt to Thomas Madi- 

Sept. 10 son for £72 for linen for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ8 Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Whitley, Jonathan. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 

Sept. 10 for flour for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ11 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Wilson, James, per George Wilson. Receipt to Thomas 

Sept. 10 Madison for money received from Patrick Lock- 

hart for beef cattle purchased by Robert Pres- 
5ZZ97 ton for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

Joseph Kyle. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

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1776 Wilson, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 10 for bacon and flour. Witnessed by Stephen 

5ZZ6 Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Baker, Martin. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 85. 

Sept. 11 D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ13 

1776 Campbell, Andrew. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn 

Sept. 11 for use of Patrick Campbell's team on Cherokee 

5ZZ2 expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Carvin, Edward. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 for 

Sept. 11 beef sold to Andrew Henry and Robert Preston. 

5ZZ97 Witnessed by Joseph Carroll. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Davis, Israel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £1 10s. 3(Z. 

Sept. 11 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

5ZZ13 

1776 Edwards, Frederick. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 11 £12. Witnessed by Robert Robinson. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ13 

1776 M c Afee, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 re- 

Sept. 11 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for beef pur- 

chased by George M c Afee for Cherokee expedi- 
5ZZ97 tion. Witnessed by Martin Baker. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Neely, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money re- 

Sept. 11 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for provisions, etc. 

5ZZ97 for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Neely, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 10s. 

Sept. 11 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef pur- 

chased of John Neely by George M c Afee for 

5ZZ97 Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Martin 

Baker. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Newell, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 12s, 

Sept. 11 Witnessed by William Newell. Signed by mark. 

5ZZ13 1 p. 

1776 Armstrong', Andrew. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 

Sept. 12 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by James Barnett for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Jonathan Tosh. D. S. 

1 P. 

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1776 Armstrong, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 

Sept. 12 10s. received from Patrick Lockhart for beef 

cattle purchased by George M c Afee for Chero- 
5ZZ97 kee expedition. Witnessed by Richard Mynatt. 

D. S. 1 p. 



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Birdwell, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 10s. 
12 for beef cattle purchased by Andrew Henry for 

Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Martin 
Baker. D. S. 1 p. 

Emails, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 7s. 

12 received from Patrick Lockhart for flour casks 

for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Martin 



Sept. 12 
5ZZ15 



Baker. D. S. 1 p. 

Ferry, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 re- 
12 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 
pedition. Witnessed by Joseph Richardson. 

D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Johnson, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 15s. 

Sept. 12 for linen for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Edward Cathey. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Mynatt, Richard. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 12s., 

as his pay for riding express. Witnessed by 
Malcolm Allen. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Phipps, Joshua. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £130 

Sept. 12 7s. 6eZ, for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ16 nessed by Alexander Reid. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Poage, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £62 5s. 

Sept. 12 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased of Robert Preston for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by John Armstrong. 

D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Richardson, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 13s. 

Sept. 12 received from Pfatrick] Lockhart for provisions 

for Captain Wallace's company. Witnessed by 
5ZZ97 Robert M c Afee. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Ross, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £1 4s. 

Sept. 12 Witnessed by Joshua Phipps. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Springer, Edward. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 

Sept. 12 10s. received from Patrick Lockhart for beef 

cattle purchased by Andrew Henry. "Witnessed 
5ZZ97 by Joseph Carroll. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Tosh, Jonathan. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 re- 

Sept. 12 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by James Nicholas. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 Trimble, Samuel, and David M c Nair. Voucher to Hugh 

Skpt. 12 Barclay for team for John Hays's brigade on 

5ZZ2 Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Welsh, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 10s. 

Sept. 12 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by John Tillery. Signed 

by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Eckhols, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 for 

Sept. 13 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ16 Henry Paullen. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 M c Clellan, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 

Sept. 13 17s. 6d. for beef for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

nessed by William Buford. Signed by mark. 
5ZZ16 1 p. 

1776 Rutledge, George, and Company. Receipt to Thomas 

Sept. 13 Madison for money received from Patrick Lock- 

hart on acount of John Bowman, Jacob Grimes, 
5ZZ97 and William Leftwich. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Carroll, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef pur- 

chased by George M c Afee for the Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Robert Finley. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 Robinson, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £40 5s. 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by George M e Afee for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by George Rutledge. D. S. 

1 p. 

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1776 Robinson, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £1 Is. 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart for a heifer 

which Capt. "William Christian received of 

5ZZ97 Francis Graham for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

nessed by George Rutledge. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Robinson, David. Receipts to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart by order of 

William Robinson, John Robinson, and William 

5ZZ97 Champ for beef cattle purchased of them by 

George M c Afee for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 
nessed by George Rutledge. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Shaney, Patrick. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased of George M c Afee. Witnessed by 
5ZZ97 John Murdough. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Tosh, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £18 re- 

Sept. 14 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by David Robinson. D. S. 

1 p. 

1776 Tosh, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart in full of An- 

drew Henry's receipt to Nathan Scott for beef 

5ZZ97 cattle purchased for Cherokee expedition. 

Witnessed by David Robinson. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Watkins, Philip. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 55. 

Sept. 14 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by William Crow. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 Craig, Samuel. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. 15 his brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Edwards, Frederick. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn 

Sept. 15 for his brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

5ZZ2 1 p. 

1776 Logan, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for his 

Sept. 15 team in John Campbell's brigade. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Young, Thomas. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. 15 his team in John Campbell's brigade. D. S. 

5ZZ2 1 p. 

1776 Almond, Edward. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 16 for beeves sold by John Norris, John Scott, and 

David Peary for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 
5ZZ14 nessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cloyd, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £43 5s. 

Sept. 16 for beeves sold by Henry Patton for Cherokee 

expedition. "Witnessed by Edward Almond. 
5ZZ12 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cook, Harmon. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 10s. 

Sept. 16 Witnessed by John Cook. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ14 

1776 Crockett, Andrew. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 

Sept. 16 10s. for beeves for the expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ12 by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Edmondson, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 5s. 

Sept. 16 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ12 by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Finley, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 for 

Sept. 16 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ12 James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Gordon, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 10s. 

Sept. 16 for beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ12 by James M c Corkle. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Ingles, W. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £153 for 

Sept. 16 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ14 Edward Almond. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Lyle, Capt. John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for three 

Sept. 16 diets for the use of his company. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Miller, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 17s. 

5ZZ14 6d. for beeves sold for Cherokee expedition. 

Sept. 16 Witnessed by Edward Almond. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Razor, Peter, and Jethro Re [n] fro [t] Voucher to Hugh 

Sept. 16 Barclay for corn, for his team in James Wilson's 

5ZZ2 brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Rutledge, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 

Sept. 16 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased of James Eutledge for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by Samuel Lemon. D. S. 

lp. 

1776 Stuart, John. Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 16 Fleming, Botetourt. In reply to order for rein- 

forcements; arrival of Captain Givens at Camp 

3ZZ6 Union en route to Muddy Creek ; news from 

Point Pleasant; the people less apprehensive of 
an attack than formerly; Captain Harrod there 
on his way from Kentucky. A. L. S. 2 pp. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on 
the Upper Ohio, pp. 197-199. 

1776 Thompson, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5. 

Sept. 16 Witnessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ14 

1776 Thompson, Samuel, and Susanna Grayson. Receipt to 

Sept. 16 Thomas Madison for £1 5s. for biscuit sold by 

Susanna Grayson. Witnessed by James M c - 
5ZZ14 Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Alcorn, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 for 

Sept. 17 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ10 James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Armstrong, Baptist. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ9 by James McCorkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Breckinridge, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 17 £18 55. for cattle for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ10 nessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Brice, Abram. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 10s. 

Sept. 17 Witnessed by James M c Corkle. Signed by mark. 

5ZZ7 1 p. 

1776 Buchanan, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 

Sept. 17 10s. for two beeves for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ10 Witnessed by James M°Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cloyd, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £49 5s. 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ14 by Edward Almond. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Crockett, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 5s. 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. "Witnessed 

5ZZ9 by James McCorkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Donnally, Andrew. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £150 

Sept. IT for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ10 by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Draper, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 10s. 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ10 by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Grey, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money re- 

Sept. 17 ceived. Witnessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 

5ZZ9 1 p. 

1776 M c Elroy, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 

Sept. 17 15s. for beef for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ10 nessed by James M e Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 M c Fer[ran], John, and Isaac Anderson. Voucher to 

Sept. 17 Hugh Barclay for corn for Reese Bowen's bri- 

5ZZ2 gade on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Mares, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £20 for 

Sept. 17 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ10 James McCorkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Montgomery, James and Joseph. Receipt to Thomas 

Sept. 17 Madison for £94 5s. for beeves for Cherokee ex- 

pedition. Witnessed by Edward Almond. 
5ZZ14 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Montgomery, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 

Sept. 17 5s. for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ10 nessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Montgomery, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 17 £8 8s. for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ10 nessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Montgomery, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 17 £8 5s. for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ7 nessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Pearce, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 Is. 3d> 

Sept. 17 for beef and meal. Witnessed bv James M°- 

T.ZZ12 Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 



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1776 Sayers, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 12s. 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ15 by Edward Almond. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Shull, Arnold. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 10s. 

Sept. 17 for beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ7 by James M c Corkle. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Smith, Messer. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 10s. 

Sept. 17 for two beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ7 nessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Stenhan [?], Jehu. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £29 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ12 by James McCorkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Stewart, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £15 for 

Sept. 17 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ12 James McCorkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Vance, Samuel. "Voucher to Hugh [Barclay] for corn 

Sept. 17 for Samuel Edmondson's brigade on Cherokee 

5ZZ2 expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Ward, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 5s. 

Sept. 17 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ12 by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Wilson, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 re- 

Sept. 17 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by James Snodgrass. 

D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Beard, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

Sept. 18 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ5 by Patrick Campbell. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Callaway, James, per James Newell. Receipt to Thomas 

Sept. 18 Madison for £9 12s. for cattle sold Andrew 

Henry for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 
5ZZ7 William Madison. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cruger, Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 for 

Sept. 18 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ7 James M r CorkIe. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

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1776 Phipps, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 16s. 

Sept. 18 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ7 by James M c Corkle. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Young, James. Eeceipt to Thomas Madison for £5 for 

Sept. 19 beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ5 James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Crabtree[?], Nicholas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 20 £2 12s. 6d. for one steer sold David Carson for 

Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by James M c - 
5ZZ5 Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Glenn, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 for beef 

Sept. 20 for use of Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ5 

1776 Hutchison, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 20 money received from Patrick Lockhart for beef 

cattle purchased by Andrew Henry for Cherokee 

5ZZ97 expedition. Witnessed by James Robinson. D. 

S. lp. 

1776 Snodgrass, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 

Sept. 20 for beeves sold for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

5ZZ5 1 p. 

1776 Edmondson [Edmiston], Samuel. Voucher to Hugh 

Sept. 22 Barclay for corn for his brigade. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

1776 Kobertson, Alexander. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Sept. 22 money received by order of Colonel Christian. 

5ZZ5 Witnessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Dunlop, Ephraim. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 155. 

Sept. 23 6d. Witnessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ5 

1776 Hamilton, William. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn 

Sept. 23 for Tate's brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. 

5ZZ2 S. 1 p. 

1776 Titus, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £18 re- 

Sept. 23 ceived from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased of Ebenezer Titus by Andrew Henry. 
52Z97 Witnessed by George Rutledge. D. S. 1 p. 

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1776 Gay, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £15 for 

Sept. 24 medicines for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ5 by James M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Gilm[ore], James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 24 advanced to Isaac Zane. Witnessed by James 

5ZZ5 M c Corkle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Tate, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money re- 

Sept. 24 ceived. Witnessed by James M c Corkle. Signed 

5ZZ5 by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Ritchey, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept. 26 received from Patrick Lockhart by order of 

James and William Scott. Witnessed by Samuel 
5ZZ97 M ( Ferran. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 White, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 24s., 

Sept. 26 his pay as an express. Witnessed by William 

5ZZ5 Christian. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1776 Cain, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 10s. for tak- 

Sept. 29 ing two "Country Horses" to Fort P[atrick] 

Henry. Witnessed by James M c Corkle. D. S. 
5ZZ7 1 p. 

1776 Campbell, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. use of his brigade on Cherokee expedition. D. 

5ZZ2 S. 1 p. 

1776 Ewing, Samuel, and John Brown. Voucher to Hugh Bar- 

Sept. clay for li 2 Dayts" for Capt. James Ewing's 

5ZZ2 company on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Finley, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. William Lyle's brigade on Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ2 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Finley, Robert. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. William Lyle 's brigade on Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ2 D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Gris[son, Grayson?], William. Voucher to Hugh Barclay 

Sept. for [provisions] for the use of Martin Baker's 

5ZZ2 brigade. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Ocheltree, Michael, and John Barclay. Voucher to Hugh 

Sept. Barclay for corn for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

5ZZ2 1 p. 

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1776 Trimble, William. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn for 

Sept. Samuel Edmondson's brigade on Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ2 pedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Wilson, James. Voucher to. Hugh Barclay for "2 Dayts" 

Sept. for his brigade. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ2 

[1776 Bowyer, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Sept.] received for provisions for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ6 Witnessed by Samuel Wallace. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 Cook, John. Letter to Capt. Andrew Hamilton. Arrival 

Oct. 2 of an express saying that the Indians are on the 

warpath; Captain Pluggy and one company go- 

3ZZ7 ing against Kentucky; two companies to strike 

at Greenbrier, and one on the head of the west 
fork [of the Monongahela] ; no indication of a 
treaty at Port Pitt ; suggests that an express be 
sent to Captain Stuart and to Colonel Fleming. 
A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cook's Express. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on 
the Upper Ohio, pp. 205, 206. 

1776 Christian, Col. William. "A General Return of the Troops 

Oct. 6 under Command of Col . William Christian at 

6 mile Camp Octo r 6 th 1776. " A. D. 2 pp. On 
8ZZ72 reverse : Memorandum by Draper Aug. 17, 1844, 

giving names of officers who must have been 

present. 

1776 Pennsylvania Gazette. Excerpt of communication from 

Nov. 6 Williamsburg, Va., October 25, stating that 

eleven settlers were killed at mouth of Wheeling 

4ZZ7 about fifty miles below Fort Pitt by the Tawah, 

Wyandot, Mingo, and other disaffected In- 
dians on 9th inst. Copy. 1 p. 

[1776 Stuart, John. Letter to Col. William Fleming. Acknowl- 

Nov.] edges letter by Levi Lockhart, and explains his 

failure to march the militia to Point Pleasant; 

3ZZ8 Captain Henderson unsuccessful in getting the 

drafts together ; a part of the company sent for- 
ward; sends letter from Captain Arbuckle to 
himself, and suggests that scouts be sent to War- 
rior Ridge and to Gauley River. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

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1776 Mitchell, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 by 

Dec. 17 the hand of George Rutledge for Patrick Lock- 

hart. Witnessed by Richard Thomas and Joseph 
5ZZ97 Kyle. D. S. 1 p. 

1776 [Virginia, House of Delegates.] Resolution appointing 

Dec. 21 Thomas Madison a commissioner to collect 

militia claims in Montgomery and Washington 
5ZZ3 counties. Signed by John Tazewell, C. H. D. 

A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Instructions from the 

Convention. 

1776 Tate, Thomas and James. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for 
Dec. corn for use of their brigades on Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ2 pedition. D. S. 1 p. 

[1776] Gilmore, James. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for [provi- 
5ZZ2 sions] for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

[1776] Logan, David. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for "2 Daits 
5ZZ2 belonging to Sam 1 Tods brigade/' D. S. 1 p. 

[1776] Logan, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for flour for 
5ZZ2 Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

[1776] M c Kinney, John. Voucher to Hugh Barclay for corn 
5ZZ2 for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

[1776] South, John. "A payroll of John South 's Packhorsemen 
on the Cherokee Expedition Commanded by Col . 
5ZZ93 William Christian/ 7 A. D. 1 p. 

[1776?] Cocke, Col. William. Statement of defense relative to his 
conduct at the battle of the Long Island of Hol- 

3ZZ40, 41 ston. Copy by Draper. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col°. 

W m . Cocke's Defense relative to his conduct at 
the Island Flat battle 20 th July, 1776. 

1777 Humphries, Uriah. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 
Jan. 13 received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle 

purchased by Robert Preston for Cherokee ex- 
5ZZ97 pedition. Witnessed by James No [r] veil. D. 

S. 1 p. 

1777 Dehart, Hannah. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Jan. 25 received from Patrick Lockhart for a beef pur- 

5ZZ97 chased by Robert Preston from her husband, 

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1777 
Jan. 28 

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Mar. 1 
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1777 

Mar. 1 
5ZZ97 

1777 

Mae. 1 
5ZZ97 

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Mar. 1 
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Simon Dehart. Witnessed by Alexander Reid. 
Signed by mark. 1 p. 

M c Afee, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 
received from Patrick Lockhart for beef cattle. 
Witnessed by George Rutledge. D. S. 1 p. 



Preston, William. Letter to 



Captain Van Bibber 



charged with having taught the Indians to make 
gunpowder; Todd's defeat in Kentucky, Dec 
25, 1776. A. L. S. 1 p. 

Alderson, Curtis. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 10s. 
for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed . 
by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

Beard, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 for 
beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 
Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

Birdwell, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 10s. 
for flour. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. 
S. 1 p. 

Bowyer, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 9s. 
6d. for sundry tools according to John Bowman 's 
certificate. D. S. 1 p. 

Calalton, William, per George M c Afee. Receipt to 
Thomas Madison for £6 for beeves for Cherokee 
expedition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. 
S. 1 p. 

Cartmill, Henry. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £28 5s. 
for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 
by Patrick Lockhart. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

Crawford, Andrew. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 5s. 
for beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 
Robert Preston. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

Eaken, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 Is. 
for beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 
Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

Ellison, Amos, per Anthony Tate. Receipt to Thomas 
Madison for £2 5s. for beef for Cherokee expe- 
dition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 
Ip. 

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1777 Franklin, William, per John Mills. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 1 Madison for money received for flour. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Garrison, Abraham. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 

Mar. 1 lis. for beef cattle for use of Cherokee expedi- 
tion. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 

5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Gillespy, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £11 10s. 

Mar. 1 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Robert Preston. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Green, Edward. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £15 3s. 

Mar. 1 1%<#. for provisions for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ97 Witnessed by James Norvell. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Green, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

Mar. 1 received for provisions for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ97 Witnessed by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Griffy, John, per George M c Afee. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 1 Madison for £5 15s. for beeves for Cherokee ex- 
pedition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 

5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Harbison, Arthur. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 for 

Mar. 1 one beef for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ97 Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Harbison, James, per Arthur Harbison. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 1 Madison for £6 for beeves for Cherokee expe- 
dition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 

5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Hicklen, Hugh, per John Beard. Receipt to Thomas Mad- 

Mar. 1 ison for £4 12s. 6d. for beeves for Cherokee ex- 
pedition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. 

5ZZ97 S. lp. 

1777 Hutchison, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £& 

Mar. 1 10s. for flour for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Hutchison, John, per George Hutchison. Receipt to 

Mar. 1 Thomas Madison for £5 Is. for flour for Cherokee 
expedition. Witnessed by Robert Preston. D. 

5ZZ97 S. 1 p. 

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1777 Ledgerwood, John, per George M c Afee. Receipt to 

Mar. 1 Thomas Madison for £8 3s. for beeves for Chero- 
kee expedition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. 

5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 M c Afee, George. Eeceipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

Mar. 1 as a master drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Mills, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 5s. for 

Mar. 1 flour for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ97 Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Muldrough, Jean, per John Muldrough. Receipt to 

Mar. 1 Thomas Madison for £16 10s. for beeves for 
Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Patrick 

5ZZ97 Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Nowlin, Richard, per Skelton Taylor. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 1 Madison for £2 5s. for beef for Cherokee expe- 

5ZZ97 dition. Witnessed by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Parsinger, Jacob. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 15s. 

Mar. 1 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Tate, Anthony. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 15s. 

Mar. 1 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1774[sic] Reid, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 5s. 

Mar. 1 for provisions for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

-5ZZ97 nessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Renfro, William, per Skelton Taylor. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 1 Madison for £3 for beef for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ97 Witnessed by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Simpson, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £22 19s. 

Mar. 1 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Stewart, Walter, per George M c Afee. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 1 Madison for £9 for beeves for Cherokee expe- 
dition. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 

5ZZ97 1 p. 



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1777 Taylor, Christopher, per Skelton Taylor. Receipt to 

Mar. 1 Thomas Madison for £5 10s. for beeves for 
Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Robert 

5ZZ97 Preston. D. IS. 1 p. 

1777 Taylor, Skelton. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £46 10s. 

Mar. 1 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Titus, Ebenezer. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 10s. 

Mar. 1 lOd. for flour. Witnessed by Robert Preston. 

-5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Wright, Peter. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 10s. 

Mar. 1 for beeves for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ97 by Robert Preston. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 M c Clellan, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 

Mar. 2 5s. by order from Joseph Moore for beeves sold 
for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by An- 

5ZZ97 drew Woods. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Smyth, Ad. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 16s. by 

Mar. 2 order of William Aston for his services as a 

•5ZZ97 drover on Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Allen, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 for flour 

Mar. 3 for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Wil- 

5ZZ97 liam Campbell. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Rutledge, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 

Mar. 3 7s. 6<£. in payment of account of George Rut- 
ledge & Company against "The Country". Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Dawson Wade. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lockhart, Patrick. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £252 

Mar. 4 2s. 6d. in part payment of certificates for beef, 
flour, horses, etc. assigned to him. Witnessed 

■5ZZ97 by George Rutledge. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Wallace, Peter. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 2s. 

Mar. 4 in payment for articles for Cherokee expedition; 

•5ZZ97 Witnessed by John Bowyer. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Alexander, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 

Mar. 5 in payment of his account against the state of 
Virginia. Witnessed by Hugh Galbreath. D. S. 

-5ZZ97 1 p . 



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1777 Coulter, Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £93 75. 

Mar. 5 l%d. i* 1 payment of his account against the 

state of Virginia. Witnessed by William Alex- 
5ZZ97 ander. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Hamilton, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £25 

Mar. 5 14s. 6d. in payment of his account against the 

state of Virginia. Witnessed by William Pax- 
5ZZ97 ton. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Henry, Andrew. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £37 18s. 

Mar. 5 in part payment for cattle for Cherokee expedi- 

tion. Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Lapsley, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 2s. 

Mar. 5 in payment of his account against the state of 

Virginia. Witnessed by John Bowyer. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Lapsley, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 8s. 

Mar. 5 3d. in payment of his account against the state 

of Virginia. Witnessed by John Bowyer. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Matthews, Francis. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 

Mar. 5 2s. 4d, in payment of his account against the 

state of Virginia. Witnessed by William Alex- 
5ZZ97 ander. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Moore, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £32 10s. 

Mar. 5 in payment of his account against the state 

of Virginia. Witnessed by William Alexander. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Paxton, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 13s. 

Mar. 5 in payment of his account against the state of 

Virginia. Witnessed by William Alexander. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Paxton, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 2s. 

Mar. 5 2d. in payment of his account against the state 

5ZZ97 of Virginia. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Ramsey, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 in 

Mar. 5 part payment of his account against the state 

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of Virginia. Witnessed by William White. 
D. S. 1 p. 

Stuart, Alexander. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £104 
Is. Id. in payment of his account against the 
state of Virginia. Witnessed by William Alex- 
ander. D. S. 1 p. 

Walker, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 14s. 
in payment of his account against the state of 
Virginia. Witnessed by John Bowyer. D. S. 
lp. 

Walker, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 Is. 
6d. in payment of his account against the state 
of Virginia. Witnessed by John Bowyer. D. S. 
1 p. 

Wallace, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £17 lOd. 
in payment of his account against the state of 
Virginia. Witnessed by Michael Coulter. D. S. 
lp. 

Woods, Richard. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 4s. 
5 Id. for provisions. Witnessed by John Bowyer. 

D. S. 1 p. 

Lockhart, Patrick. Statement of account against Thomas 
8 Madison, Commissary for the Cherokee expedi- 

tion. Disbursements for ' ( beef cattle ' ' and 
flour. D. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Ace* Tho s 
Madison Commissary. 

Scruggs, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 10s. 
11 for beef sold for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

lp. 

Talbot, Isham. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 8s. 6t?. 
11 for flour for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 1 p. 



1777 Alexander, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £11 

Mar. 12 2s. lOd. for flour for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Armstrong, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

Mar. 12 money received for beeves and flour for Cher- 

okee expedition. Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 



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1777 Brown, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 65. 

Mar. 12 lOd. in payment of his account against "The 

Country ". "Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Buford, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £52 12s. 

Mar. 12 in payment of his account against "The Coun- 

try". Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Bullock, Josias. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £23 10s. 

Mar. 12 Id. in payment of his account against "The 

Country". Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Callaway, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £40 17s. 

Mar. 12 4cZ. for flour and barrels for Cherokee expedi- 

tion. Witnessed by Robert Alexander. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Church, Robert, per William Read. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 12 Madison for £5 13s. for flour for Cherokee expe- 

dition. Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Cowan, Robert, per Robert Alexander. Receipt to 

Mar. 12 Thomas Madison for £9 2d. for flour and hogs- 

heads for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 
5ZZ97 Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1776[7] Dickeson, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 16s. 

2d. in payment of his account against "The 
5ZZ97 Country". Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 

Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Dooley, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 15s. 

Mar. 12 for one steer for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Ewing, John, per Robert Ewing. Receipt to Thomas Mad- 

Mar. 12 ison for £1 10s. 6<Z. in payment of his account 

against the "Country". Witnessed by Abra- 
5ZZ97 ham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Ewing, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 10s. 

Mar. 12 10(Z. in payment of his account against "The 

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Country ". Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Gash [?], Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 

Mar. 12 12s. for flour for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Henderson, William, per Robert Clark. Receipt to Thomas. 

Mar. 12 Madison for 10s. for flour barrels for Cherokee 

5ZZ97 expedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Henderson, William, per Robert Clark. Receipt to 

Mar. 12 Thomas Madison for £15 for flour for Cherokee 

expedition. Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Irvin, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 13s. for 

Mar. 12 flour for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by 

5ZZ97 Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Irvine, Capt. Christopher. Receipt to Thomas Madison 

Mar. 12 for £28 5s. 3d. in payment of his account against 

"The Country". Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Johnson, Christopher, per John Callaway. Receipt to 

Mar. 12 Thomas Madison for £8 6s. 4d. for flour for 

Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by Abraham 
5ZZ97 Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Logwood, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 

Mar. 12 3s. 4d. in payment of his account against "The 

Country". Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 
5ZZ97 1 p. 

1777 Lowry, Malvan, per Moses M c Ilvain. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 12 Madison for 5s. for a bell. Witnessed by Abra- 

5ZZ97 ham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 M c Ilvain, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £100 4s. 

Mar. 12 in payment of his account against "The Coun- 

try" for beeves for the use of Colonel Lewis' 

5ZZ97 battalion of minute-men. Witnessed by Abra- 

ham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Mead, W. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £17 8s. 8<f. 

Mar. 12 for flour, etc. for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Mead Jr., William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

5ZZ97 received for provisions for Cherokee expedition. 

Mar. 12 Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Pullin, Thomas, per W. Mead. Receipt to Thomas Madi- 

Mar. 12 son for £6 for flour for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ97 Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Read, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 155. 

Mar. 12 for three beeves for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ97 nessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Smelzer, Paulser. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 in 

Mar. 12 payment of his account against the "Country 77 . 

5ZZ97 Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Steptoe, James, per Robert Alexander. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 12 Madison for £11 16*. 9d. for flour for Cherokee 

expedition. Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. 
5ZZ97 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Turner, John, per Christopher Irvine. Receipt to Thomas 

Mar. 12 Madison for £9 for beeves for Cherokee expedi- 

5ZZ97 tion. Witnessed by Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 [Virginia surveys.] A surveyor 7 s book containing field 

Mar. 17- notes of surveys for James Brane, William 

May 1 Powell, Ephraim Ashcroft, John Carr, Richard 

Powell, William Hamen, Isaac Dillon, Charles 
5ZZ20 Bennett, John Carter, Jesse York, William Gib- 

son, Elias Barker, John Hunter, John Madison, 
Daniel Booth, William Blair, Thomas Pindell, 
Ezekiel York, Charles Chaney, Alphias Wick- 
wire, Thomas Llinn, Joseph Cox, James Temple- 
ton, Samuel Ruble, Jeremiah Clark, John Mor- 
gan, William Watson, Jonathan Coburn, Rich- 
ard Ashcraft, William Sweeney, and Robert 
Patton. A. D. 30 pp. 

1777 Stuart, John. Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to Col. William 

Mar. 21 Fleming, Botetourt. Difficulty in raising drafts 

to reinforce garrison at Fort Randolph; asks 

3ZZ9 further instructions; scarcity of provisions at 

Fort Randolph; a supply expected from Fort 
Pitt; messenger sent to warn people about 

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Kelly's place against Indians. A. L. S. 3 pp. 
Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Revolution on 
the Upper Ohio-, pp. 239-241. 

1777 Henry Jr., Patrick. Williamsburg [Va.] Letter to [Wil- 

Mar. 29 liam Fleming and William Preston] . Instruc- 

tions concerning provisions and pack horses for 

15ZZ5, 6 reinforcements to be sent to Kentucky; the 

necessity of frugality; Colonel Shelby and 
Major Bledsoe mentioned. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1777 Madison, Thomas. Letter to [Thomas] Everard, [James] 

Apr. 17 Cocke, etc. Proposals to the commissioners re- 

specting compensation for his services as con- 

5ZZ17 tractor and paymaster to troops under command 

of Col. William Russell, the guard at the lead 
mines, troops stationed on New River by Col. 
William Preston, and to troops on Cherokee 
expedition commanded by Col. William Chris- 
tian; proposal to be laid before the governor 
and council. Contemporary copy. 1 p. On 
reverse : An endorsement signed by Thomas 
Everard, James Cocke, and Jacob Bruce recom- 
mending that Madison's proposal be accepted. 
Dated April 18, 1777. Copy certified by A. Blair. 

1777 Virginia, Council. Order rescinding resolution of the 

Apr. 19 previous day respecting an allowance made to 

Thomas Madison as commissary and paymaster 

5ZZ18 to troops employed on southwestern frontiers, 

and ordering that he be allowed 2% per cent on 
the amount that he shall pay out, certain con- 
ditions having been fulfilled. Signed by Archi- 
bald Blair, Clerk. A. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Proposals to the Comm rs . & Councils order. 

1777 Fleming, William. Letter to Col. William Preston, Mont- 

Apr. 24 gomery. Concerning provisions for the Ken- 

tucky reinforcements; the men unable to march 

2ZZ79 before middle of May ; Colonel Bowman to have 

command ; Shelby on his way to the Forks to pur- 
chase flour and bacon for troops in Washington 

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1777 Adams, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 5 as a drover on Cherokee expedition. "Witnessed 

5ZZ21 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Adams, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 5 as a drover on Cherokee expedition. "Witnessed 

5ZZ22 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Adams, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 5 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ22 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Agnew, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 5 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ23 nessed by R. Thomas. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Briar, "William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 5 as a drover on Cherokee expedition, Wit- 

5ZZ22 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Campbell, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £18 

May 5 18s. Id., the balance of his wagonage on Chero- 
kee expedition. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. 

5ZZ22 S. 1 p. 

1777 Cloyd, Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for payment 

May 5 for corn. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ23 

1777 Currey, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 5 as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ22 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Ledgerwood, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 5 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ21 nessed by R. Thomas. I). S. 1 p. 

1777 Poage, Maj. George. Statement of account against 

May 5 Thomas Madison. Receipted. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ21 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Snodgrass, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 

May 5 10s. 9d., the balance of his wagonage on Chero- 
kee expedition. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ22 1 p. 

1777 Telford, Jeremiah. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 5 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ21 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Woods, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 5 as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ22 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Logan, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 for 

May 6 horse sold by John M c Clure. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ24 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Logan, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 10s. 

May 6 for horse sold by William Logan. Witnessed 

5ZZ24 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Muldro[ugh], Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 6 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ24 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Mills [?], John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 for 

May 6 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ24 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Titus, Ebenezer. Statement of account against Thomas 

May 6 Madison. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ23 

1777 Lockhart, Patrick. Receipts to Thomas Madison for 

May 7 money received for horses purchased of Thomas 
Locke, William Calvert, and William Crow. 

5ZZ25 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 M c Cay, Richard. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 7 as assistant commissary on Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ25 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Buford, Capt. James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 8 payment of claims connected with Cherokee ex- 

5ZZ26, 27 pedition. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Campbell, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £15 

May 8 2s, for one horse. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ29 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Dooley, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for pay- 

May8 ment of account. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ30 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Edgar, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 14s. 

May 8 for one pack horse. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ29 D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Irvine, Capt. Christopher. Receipt to Thomas Madison 

May 8 for payment of account. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ28 Thomas. 1 p. Signature cut away. 

1777 Kernes, Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for pay- 

May 8 ment of account. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ30 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Trigg, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for pay- 

May 8 ment of account. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ30 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Woodward, Chesley. Receipt to Thomas Madison for pay- 

May 8 ment of account. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ29 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Carter, Merry. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 19s. 

May 9 for four beeves. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ33 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Crockett, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £1 

May 9 2s. Sd. for William Mead. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ33 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Forqueran, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £22 

May 9 for one horse sold by Caleb Hall. Witnessed 

5ZZ31 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Goff, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his "Pack- 

May 9 horse Wages". Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S, 

5ZZ31 1 p. 

1777 Gorman, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 9 pay as a drover. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ32 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Hughes, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for pay- 

May 9 ment as a drover. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. 

5ZZ34 S. 1 p. 

1777 Kernes, Michael. Voucher to Thomas Madison for eight 

May 9 casks. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S, 1 p. 
5ZZ33 

1777 Lambert Jr., Charles. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 9 pay as a pack horse driver. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ32 

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May 9 
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May 9 
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May 12 
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May 12 
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Phelps, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 5s. 
Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 



Preston, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for pay- 
ment for flour. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. 
S. 1 p. 

Pullin, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £40 for 
horses sold by John Tamplin, Jacob Eckhols[?] 
and himself. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 
lp. 

Standefer, Israel. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £12 
10s., his pay as a spy. D. S. 1 p. 

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Standefer, Israel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for Simon 
Delosair ? s [?] wages as a pack horseman. D. S. 
lp. 

Talbot, Isham. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £86 85. lOdL 
in payment of account. Witnessed by R. 
Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

Tate, Caleb. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £132 15s. 
10%<£. in payment of account. D. S. 1 p. 

Wright, D. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 2s. for 
Henry Lowry. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 
D. S. 1 p. 

Montgomery, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £48 
15s. and for £20 8s. for Captain Bledsoe. D. S. 
lp. 

Preston, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £27 in 
payment of account. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 
D. S. 1 p. 

Almond, Edward. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 
pay as assistant commissary on [Cherokee] ex- 
pedition. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

Cavet, Richard. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 
as a soldier under Capt. Thomas Masten. Wit- 
nessed by Edward Almond. D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Kennerly, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 10$. 

May 12 for one horse. Witnessed by Edward Almond. 

5ZZ35 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Phipps, Joshua. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £20 8s. 

May 12 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ35 

1777 Caxpenter, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £30 

r for three horses sold by Joseph Willson for the 
Cherokee expedition. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ40 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Carvin, Edward. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 10s. 

May 13 for a horse sold by Robert M'Afee for the Cher- 
okee expedition. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ40 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Charter, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 13 as a drover on [Cherokee] expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ36 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Charter, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for Israel 

May 13 Standefer's pay as a spy. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ36 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Charter, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for Skelton 

May 13 Taylor's pay as a drover. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ36 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Charter, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for William 

May 13 Renfro's pay as a drover. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ36 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Charter, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 13 pay as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ36 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Collier, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 10$. 

May 13 for horse purchased of James Whitley. Wit- 

5ZZ39 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Collier, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 13 as ensign in Capt. Samuel Wallace's company. 

5ZZ39 Witnessed by R, Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Collier, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for payment 

May 13 for making bags. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ39 D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Holmes, Lewis. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 13s. in 

May 13 part payment for service in Capt. John Mont- 
gomery T s company. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ40 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Kernes, Michael. Eeceipt to Thomas Madison for Abram 

May 13 Sharp 's pay as a spy. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ39 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lapsley, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 13 as an assistant commissary. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ38 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Maxwell, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £25 for 

May 13 two horses sold for Cherokee expedition. Wit- 

5ZZ37 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Parsinger, Christopher. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 13 £10 for beeves. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ40 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Peerie, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 6s. Sd. 

May 13 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ38 

1777 Peerie, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 for one 

May 13 horse sold by John Taylor. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ38 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Robinson, Richard. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 13 pay as a soldier in Captain Buchanan's com- 
pany. Witnessed by Edward Almond. Signed 

5ZZ39 by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Smith, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £41 for 

May 13 three horses. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ37 1 p. 

1777 Stone, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 13 in Capt. Joseph Martin's company. Witnessed 

5ZZ39 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Tate, Anthony. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 13 as a drover on Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ37 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Wills, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £21 65. 

May 13 for one horse sold for Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ37 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Barnes, John. Eeceipt to Thomas Madison for his pay as 

May 14 a soldier in Captain Montgomery's company. 

5ZZ42 Witnessed by R. Thomas. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Davis, Peter. Eeceipt to Thomas Madison for Ss. for driv- 

May 14 ing cattle on Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ41 by Nathan Reid. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Davis, Peter. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 245. for 

May 14 service in Captain Montgomery's company. 

Witnessed by Nathan Reid. Signed by mark. 
5ZZ41 1 p. 

1777 Hall, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for the balance 

May 14 of his pay for service in Captain Montgomery's 

company. Witnessed by Nathan Reid. Signed 
5ZZ41 by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Hardridge, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £4 

May 14 9s. 4:d. for service in Captain Montgomery's com- 

pany. Witnessed by John Brown. Signed by 
5ZZ41 mark. 1 p. 

1777 Hutchison, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 14 pay as an ensign in Capt. John Gilmer's com- 

5ZZ43 pany. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Jones [?], John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 14 as a soldier in Captain Bdmondson's company. 

5ZZ42 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Kennerly, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 

May 14 13s. 4<Z. for Reuben Kennerly, and for his pay 

for service in Captain Christian's company. 
5ZZ44 Witnessed by Patrick Lockhart. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 King, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 14 as a soldier in Capt. John Montgomery's com- 

pany. Witnessed by R. Thomas. Signed by 
5ZZ42 mark. 1 p. 

1777 M c Cown, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 14 as a soldier in Captain Edmondson's company. 

5ZZ42 Witnessed by R. Thomas. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Nettle, Abraham. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 14 as a soldier in Ensign Adams' company. Wit- 

5ZZ43 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Walker, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 14 as a soldier in Capt. William Buchanan 's com- 

5ZZ42 pany. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Wallace, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 22s. 

May 14 for making bags for Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

5ZZ40 1 p. 

1777 Newell, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 16 as an assistant commissary at the lead mines. 

5ZZ43 Witnessed by William Hamilton. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lockhart, Patrick. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 17 Dawson Wade 's pay as a drover. Witnessed by 

5ZZ44 R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lockhart, Patrick. Receipt to Thomas Madison , for 

May 17 James Strain's pay as a soldier in Capt. John 
Gilmer's company. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ44 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lockhart, Patrick. Receipt to Thomas Madison for John 

May 17 Wiley's pay as a soldier in Capt. Thomas Burk's 

5ZZ44 company. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Shelby, Isaac. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 6s. 

May 17 for a horse sold by John Beeler. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ43 

1777 Shelby, Isaac. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £21 for a 

May 17 horse. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ43 

1777 Bates, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 10s. 

May 19 for horse bought of Samuel Gibson, and for £23 
for horses for James and Thomas Bates. Wit- 

5ZZ49 nessed by R, Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Campbell, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £19 

May 19 19s. for horse sold by Robert Miscampbell. 

5ZZ48 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Dryden, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £38 for 

May 19 Thomas and James Lackey. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ50 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Dryden, Nathaniel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 

May 19 for a horse. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ50 1 p. 



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1777 Gilmer, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 15s. for 

May 19 driving cattle. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ45 1 p. 

1777 Greenlee, Mary. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 19 received. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ48 

1777 Hamilton, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 19 James Logan's pay as a drover. Witnessed by 

5ZZ49 R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Hayes, Moses. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 125. for 

May 19 one horse. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. lp. 
5ZZ51 

1777 Larkin, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay as 

May 19 a master drover. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ50 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lavern, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £1 2s. 

May 19 for linen and for making bags. Witnessed by 

5ZZ46 R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Logan, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £27 l(k 

May 19 for horses sold by John Varner and John Hous- 

5ZZ46 ton. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lyle, Samuel. Statement of account against "The 

May 19 Country". Received payment by Thomas Madi- 

5ZZ50, 51 son. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 2 pp. 

1777 M c Cown, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £8 for 

May 19 flour. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ50 

1777 M c Elhenny, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £53 

May 19 in payment for flour. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ45 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 M c Kee, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 65. for 

May 19 flour barrels. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ49 1 p. 

1777 M c Kee, John. Statement of account against the "Coun- 

May19 try". Receipted. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ49 D. S. 1 p. 

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1777 Paxton, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison "for Ed- 

May 19 ward Stevens pay in Lieut. Shelbys roll of 

Canoe men." "Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 
5ZZ45 1 p. 

1777 Poage, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £15 10s. 

May 19 for five beeves. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ48 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Ramsey, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £7 lis. 

May 19 3d. for flour. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ48 1 p. 

1777 Robinson, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 19 pay as a drover on the Cherokee expedition. 

5ZZ46 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Tate, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 for 

May 19 Isaac Thomas. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ46 1 p. 

1777 Tate, James and Thomas. Statement of account against 

May 19 "The Country". Received payment from 

Thomas Madison. Witnessed by R. Thomas. 
5ZZ47 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Thompson, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 3s. 

May 19 Id. for flour and bacon. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ45 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Thompson, Joseph. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £2 

May 19 6s. 3d. for linen, and 4s. for making bags. Wit- 

5ZZ45 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Trimble, John, per John Paxton. Receipt to Thomas 

May 19 Madison for £15 for horse bought of William 

5ZZ46 Taylor. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Vance, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 for 

May 19 flour, linen, and for making bags. Witnessed 

5ZZ48 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Blackburn, Robert. Statement of account against 

May 20 Thomas Madison. Receipted. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ53 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Campbell, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £43 Is. 

May 20 U. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ57 

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1777 Cullan, Alexander. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 20 money received for flour, casks, and bags. Wit- 

5ZZ55 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Francisco, Michael. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 20 pay as a drover. "Witnessed by R. Thomas. 

5ZZ56 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Galbreath, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 20 received for horse bought of William Willson 

and bags bought of William White. Witnessed 
5ZZ56 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Greenlee, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £37 8s. 

May 20 in payment of account. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ58 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Henry, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 20 received for horse purchased of R. Lusk. Wit- 

5ZZ57 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 



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5ZZ56 

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May 20 
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Hughes, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 
as a drover. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 
1 p. 

Kelsey, David. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £3 for 
barrels. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 



1777 Kenny, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 20 as a drover. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 

5ZZ54 1 p. 

1777 Kenny, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 20 as a soldier with James Dysart. Witnessed by 

5ZZ54 R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Kirkpatrick, Charles. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 20 money received for flour and flour casks. Wit- 

5ZZ53 nessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Lyle, Daniel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £5 10s. for 

May 20 flour. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ53 

1777 M c Kinney, Robert. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 20 money received for horses purchased of James 

M c Kinney and Andrew Cowan. Witnessed by 
5ZZ58 R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 



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1777 Malone, Hugh [J]. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 20 received. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ54 

1777 Pryor, Nicholas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay 

May 20 in ''Lieu*. Evan Shelby 8 pay roll Canoe Men." 

5ZZ58 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Robinson, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 for 

May 20 one horse, and his pay as a drover. Witnessed 

5ZZ55 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Rusk, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £9 10s. for 

May 20 horse sold by John Rusk. Witnessed by R. 

■5ZZ55 Thomas. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Stuart, Alexander. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £84 

May 20 18s. 6d. in payment of account. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ56 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Summers, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 20 received for flour, linen, and casks. Witnessed 

■5ZZ55 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Taylor, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 for 

May 20 horse sold for Cherokee expedition. Witnessed 

5ZZ51 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Vance, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £530 15s. 

May 20 6d. in payment of account. Witnessed by R. 

5ZZ52 Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Walker, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 20 received. Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ54 

1777 Barclay, Hugh. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £58 3s. 

May 21 3%d. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ59 

1777 Barclay, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for John 

May 21 Beckley's pay as a master drover. Witnessed 

5ZZ60 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Barclay, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 21 received. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ60 

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1777 Buchanan, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for Ms- 

May 21 pay as an assistant commissary. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ59 

1777 Hickman, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money. 

May 21 Witnessed by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ60 

1777 Paxton, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for money 

May 21 received for a horse and for flour. "Witnessed 

5ZZ59 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Vinyard, Christopher. Receipt to Thomas Madison for 

May 21 money received for flour and bags. Witnessed 

5ZZ60 by R. Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Wilson, James. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for money 

May 21 received. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ60 

1777 Crockett, Hugh. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £26 on 

May 22 account of Christopher Irvine. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ61 

1777 Ocheltree, Michael. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for 

May 22 £33 85. in payment of account. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ61 

1777 Taylor, Isaac. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £21 lis. 

May 22 for George Taylor., D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ61 

1777 Bane, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £24 10s. 

May 23 for two horses. Witnessed by Edward Almond. 

5ZZ66 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Barkley, Joseph. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for 

May 23 money received. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ63 

1777 Boydston, James. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £15 

May 23 for one horse. Witnessed by Edward Almond. 

5ZZ65 D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Bright, Albertus. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £11 

May 23 for one horse. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ63 

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1777 Byrn, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 10s. 

May 23 for Walter Davidson. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ62 

1777 Byrn, James. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £41 9s. 

May 23 D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ62 

1777 Charlton, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £14 

May 23 for horses sold by John Charlton. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ62 

[1777] Collins, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £13 8s. 
May 23 for driving cattle. Witnessed by Edward Al- 

5ZZ65 mond. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Colli, Samuel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £41 9s. 6<L 

May 23 Signed by mark. 1 p. 

5ZZ64 

1777 Fletcher, George. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 23 pay as a soldier in Capt. John Duncan's com- 

5ZZ63 pany. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Goodson, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £300 

May 23 Is. 3cZ. Witnessed by Edward Almond. D. S. 

5ZZ64 1 p. 

1777 Hearn, Howard. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £11 for 

May 23 one horse. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ63 

1777 M c Mullen, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £6 

May 23 for R. Grayson. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ65 

1777 Madison, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 for 

May 23 Robert Boggs. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ62 

1777 Norris, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £16 for 

May 23 one horse. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ63 

1777 Roe, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 for 

May 23 horse sold by William Carlisle. D. S. 1 p. 

5ZZ62 

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1777 Goodson, Thomas. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £30 

May 26 for three horses for Joshua Willson. Witnessed 

-5ZZ66 by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Grayson, Ambrose. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 26 pay as a drover. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ66 

1777 M c Corkle, James. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £10 on 

May 26 account of John Reins. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ67 

1777 M c Corkle, Capt. James. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] 

May 26 for £51 10s. in payment of account. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ67 

1777 Moncey, Skidmore. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £18 

May 26 10s. for three horses. Witnessed by Edward 

•5ZZ66 Almond. Signed by mark. 1 p. 

1777 Cook, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for Adam 

May 27 Cook's pay as a soldier in Captain Mont- 

-5ZZ72 gomery's company. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Grayson, William. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 27 pay as a drover. D. S. 1 p. 
-5ZZ71 

1777 Manifee, Jarrot[?]. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 27 pay as a drover. Signed by mark. 1 p. 
-5ZZ71 

1777 Manifee, Jonas. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for his 

May 27 pay as a drover. Signed by mark. 1 p. 
5ZZ71 

1777 Martin, Capt. Joseph. Statement of account against [The 

May 27 Country] . Receipted by Stephen Trigg for 

■5ZZ68-70 Captain Martin. 3 pp. 

1777 Patton, Henry. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for money 

May 27 received. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ72 

1777 Reinsi John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his pay as 

May 27 a drover. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. S. 

5ZZ67 1 p. 

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1777 Reins, Meredy. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his wages 

May 27 as a drover. Witnessed by Stephen Trigg. D. 

5ZZ67 S. 1 p. 

1777 Trigg, Stephen. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £3 195, 

Mat 27 for Capt. Joseph Martin. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ71 

1777 Trigg 1 , Stephen. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £23 5s. 

May 27 D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ70 

1777 Trigg, Stephen. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £12 

May 27 for Alexander Robertson. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ71 

1777 Trigg, Stephen. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for money 

May 27 for Abraham Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ70 

1777 Trigg, Stephen. Receipt to [Thomas Madison] for £10 

May 27 10s. on account of Capt. John Montgomery. D. 

5ZZ71 S. 1 p. 

1777 Watterson, Henry. Receipt to Thomas Madison for his 

May 27 pay as a drover, and for £18 16s. for horses 

5ZZ67 sold by Thomas Pendrie[?]. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Draper, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £12 for 

May 28 horse sold by James Brown. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ72 

1777 Draper, John. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £17 for 

May 28 one horse for the Cherokee expedition. D. S. 

5ZZ71 1 p. 

1777 Harmon, Israel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for the pay 

May 28 of Jacob Harmon Sr., Jacob Harmon Jr., and 
Is[rael?] Harmon, as soldiers in Capt. Thomas 

5ZZ72 Masten's company of militia. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Preston, Col. William, per James M c Corkle. Receipt to 

May 28 Thomas Madison for £5 on account of Col. Wil- 

5ZZ72 liam Russell. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Trigg, Daniel. Receipt to Thomas Madison for £22 Is. 

May 28 for one horse. D. S. 1 p. 
5ZZ71 

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1777 Lockhart, Patrick. Receipt to Thomas Madison for Adam 

May M c Cormick's pay as a pack horse drover. Wit- 

5ZZ44 nessed hy R, Thomas. D. S. 1 p. 

1777 Duke, Francis. West Augusta, Va. Commissary's ac- 

June 3- count-book for militia near Fort Henry [Wheel- 

Sept. 17 wig]- Provisions issued to the men of Captains 

Joseph Ogle, Benjamin Harrison, Joseph 

7ZZ8-22 Hedges, John Van Meter, Pearce, John Lemon, 

[Matthew] Arbuckle, [Samuel] Mason, and 
Lieutenant Cox. Vouchers for James Miller, 
Richard Posebright, James Andrew, Joseph 
Hedges, Capt. Joseph Ogle, Lawrence Van Bus- 
kirk, Jacob Newland, John Biggs, John Wilson, 
James Parkes, Andrew Fout, Silas Hedges, Eze- 
kiel Dewit, Jacob Rice, John Best, John Beckett, 

Edward Robinson, Lamb, Meek, 

James Jameson [?], Frank Seaman, Jones 
Lemon, and David Shepherd. [After August 
30, entries made in a different handwriting.] 
A. D. 15 pp. Mutilated. 

1777 Henry Jr., Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Gen. 

July 3 Edward Hand, Pittsburgh. Empowering him 

to draft men for the defense of the frontiers; 

15ZZ7-10 the militia already embodied to continue in 

service so long as there is occasion for them; 
appointment of Col. [William] Aylett as com- 
missary; several tons of lead ordered for the 
militia. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: July 3, 1777 
Honble. Patrick Henry J r - Esq r - Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 
16-18. 

1777 Booth, James. Coon Fort. Letter to Capt. Zadoc Spring- 

Aug. 2 er, Prickett Fort. Charles Grigsby's wife and 

child killed and scalped on July 31 ; pursuing 

4ZZ10 party out. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Aug*. 2 d . 

1777. Capt. Booth. 

1777 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum concerning bank stock 

Sept. 7 valued at £100 which was willed by Mary Wil- 

kinson of Worcester to Elizabeth Ruston of 
12ZZ60 Faggs Manor. A. N. 2 pp. 

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1777 Henry, Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [William 

Sept. 7 Fleming]. Gen. Edward Hand's expedition 

against the Indians; British operations. A. L. 

15ZZ11,12 S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 

Frontier Defense, pp. 74-76. 

1777 Van Bibber, Capt. John. Capt. John Van Bibber's Fort, 

Sept. 11 Greenbrier. Letter to [William Fleming] . In- 

dian troubles on Greenbrier; James Graham's 

3ZZ10 house attacked; requests that a small body of 

men be placed under his command, and that he 
may send out spies. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Capt Van Bibber. Printed : Thwaites and Kel- 
logg, Frontier Defense, pp. 78, 79. 

1777 Henderson, James. Fort Henry. Letter to Col. William 

Sept. 12 Fleming, Botetourt County, [ Va. ] Account 

given by Andrew Kinkead of attack on James 

3ZZ11 Graham's house on Greenbrier River; Walter 

Caldwell shot; Steel Loftus killed at mouth of 
Indian Creek. A. L. S. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 79, 80. 

1777 Stuart, John. Letter to Col. William Fleming, Botetourt 

Sept. 12 [County, Va.] Encloses letter from Captain 

Arbuckle; attack on James Graham's house; 

3ZZ12 Walter Caldwell killed; the people flying to 

fort at Camp Union; Capt. Hendry Smith re- 
quested to send assistance to people on Muddy 
Creek; report of an expedition against Ohio 
Indians. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 80-82. 

1777 [Fleming, William.] Letter to Ensign Hutchison. In- 

Sept. 17 structions concerning the guarding of prisoners. 

2ZZ83 Auto, draft. 1 p. 

1777 White Eyes, Captain. Cuchackunk. Message to Col. 

Sept. 23 [George] Morgan. Telling of the joy among his 

people on arrival of James Elliott and his 

6ZZ7 company; recent visit of the Wyandot, Mingo, 

and other nations who threatened to destroy 
their town ; expressions of friendship. Contem- 
porary copy. 2 pp. Endorsed: Copy Capt. 
White Eyes. Message to Col. Morgan dated 

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Coochocking 23 Sept r . 1777. Enclosed: Letter 
from David Zeisberger, Sept. 23, 1777. Printed : 
Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 
100, 101. 

1777 Zeisberger, David. Cuchackunk. Letter to [Edward 

Sept. 23 Hand]. Enclosing message to Colonel Morgan; 

discussing attitude of the Twightee, "Wea, and 

6ZZ8 Kickapoo Indians; informing of attack on Ken- 

tucky fort by Tawa and Chippewa, and report- 
ing the condition of posts at Detroit and San- 
dusky. A. L. S. 2 pp. Printed : Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 101-103. 

1777 Shepherd, David. Fort Henry. Letter to Gen. [Edward] 

Sept. 27 Hand. Arrival of Colonel Lynn and others at 

the fort bringing news of attack on scouting 

6ZZ9 party commanded by Captains Foreman and 

Ogle; few believed to have escaped; immediate 
assistance requested. Contemporary copy. 1 p. 
Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier De- 
fense, pp. 106, 107. 

1777 Van Meter, Capt. John. Beech Bottom, Ohio. Letter to 

Sept. 28 Col. Edward Cook. Foreman's defeat; neces- 

sity of having another company in readiness to 

6ZZ10 succeed his [Van Meter's] ; asks that provisions 

and ammunition be sent with the company. A. 
L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Cap*. Vanmetar (pub- 
lick) Fort Pitt. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, 
Frontier Defense, pp. 110, 111. 

1777 M c Farland, Daniel. Monongalia [County]. Letter to 

Sept. 30 [Edward Hand] . Informing that he has raised 

forty men and sent them to the assistance of 

6ZZ11 Colonel Lynn and party who were defeated at 

the Narrows above Grave Creek; asks for in- 
structions. A. L. S. 1 p. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, p. 112. 

1777 Shepherd, David. Fort Henry. Letter to [Edward 

Oct. 3 Hand]. Timely arrival of Maj. James Chew; 

his assistance in burying the dead; the late un- 

4ZZ11 fortunate excursion not at his [Shepherd's] 

request or order ; Major Chew to report on 

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strength of the garrison; will be able to furnish 
quota for the expedition; allowance for guns 
and blankets lost in the two attacks. A. L. S. 
1 p. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier 
Defense, pp. 120, 121. 

Chew, James. Fort Henry. Letter to [Edward Hand]. 
Conditions at Fort Henry. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Oct r . 10, 1777. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 129-132. 

Preston, "William. Smithfield. Letter to Col. William 
Fleming. Late success of the American arms; 
death of Cornstalk; refusal of Captain Burk 
and his company to take oath of allegiance ;, 
Price, Bane, Shull, and the Heavins are the ring- 
leaders of the Tories; Jefferson's opinion to be 
asked on a matter relating to Colonel Patton's 
will. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: The Wilh 
Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, 
pp. 168-171. 

Henry, Gov. Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Circular to 
the people of Virginia and to the county lieu- 
tenants in particular calling attention to a reso- 
lution of the general assembly passed Nov. 27, 
1777, in which the inhabitants of each county 
are requested to furnish shoes, stockings, and 
gloves for each soldier raised by the county. 
Printed broadside, signed. 1 p. 

Brown, Samuel. Eeceipt to Capt. Thomas Madison for 
£203 18s. 6d. received from Patrick Lockhart 
for beef cattle, etc. for Cherokee expedition. 
Witnessed by Robert Alexander. D. S. 1 p. 

Burk, Capt. Thomas. Statement of account. 1 p. 

[Fleming, William.] Letter to [the Governor?]. Ap- 
prehension of murderers ; defense of the fron- 
tier ; stockades and other places of defense 
built in Greenbrier County; Captain Arbuckle's 
garrison to be reinforced ; advisability of main- 
taining a garrison at Fort Eandolph. Auto, 
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[1777?] Henry Jr., Patrick. Letter to the County Lieutenant of 

Botetourt. Orders one hundred men from Bote- 

15ZZ15 tourt to garrison Fort Randolph. A. L. S. 1 p. 

[1777] [Madison, Thomas.] Statement of account of [ex- 

penses connected with Cherokee expedition], 
5ZZ97 A. D. 12 pp. 

[1778 Shawnee Indians. Speech evincing the friendly disposi- 

Jan.] tion of Kickapoo Indians, and the Shawnee 

of Mackacheck, Pickaway, and Chillicothe, and 
4ZZ13 attributing all the mischief that has been done 

to the Mingo ; two of their chiefs gone to a 

treaty. A. D. 4 pp. Endorsed : Speech from 

the Shawnee Indians. 



1778 Henry, 

Feb. 19 

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1778 Henry, 

Mar. 14 



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1778 Henry, 

Mar. 27 

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1778 
Apr. 3 



Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 
[William] Fleming. Measures for the defense 
of the frontiers ; blushes for the occasion of the 
war with the Shawnee (i. e. the murder of 
Cornstalk). L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Feb*. 19 th 
78. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier 
Defense, pp. 205-209. 

Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 
[William Fleming]. Instructions in regard to 
drafts and ammunition; did not mean to censure 
him in what he said in previous letter about 
the death of the Indians. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Printed : Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, 
pp. 225, 226. 

Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to Col. 
William Preston and Col. [William] Fleming. 
One hundred men ordered to the new post at 
Kelly's, and fifty men to Fort Eandolph ; 
£1000 sent to the commissary who is to be ap- 
pointed; printed proclamations against the 
murderers of the Indians to be distributed in 
the proper counties ; injustice of the offensive 
measures against the Indians. A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: March 27, 78. Printed: Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 240, 241. 

Preston, William, and William Fleming, Commissioners 
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and warriors of the Shawnee nation proposing 
2ZZ44 a treaty at Fort Randolph for the purpose of 
making reparation for the death of Cornstalk; 
reward offered by the governor for the appre- 
hension of the murderers. Draft in Fleming's 
handwriting. 2 pp. Printed: Thwaites and 
Kellogg, Frontier Defense, pp. 258-261. 
7ZZ48 . A second draft in Fleming's handwrit- 
ing. Criticisms by Preston. 

[1778] [Preston, William.] Letter to [William Fleming]. In- 

Apr. 13 dian depredations ; fear of a general invasion ; 

preparation of a letter to the Shawnee ; provi- 

3ZZ14 sioning the drafts; demands on Colonel Lynch 

for lead; requisitions upon the counties of Bote- 
tourt and Rockbridge for militia; requests that 
money be sent to Floyd. A. L. 2 pp. Muti- 
lated. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Frontier 
Defense, pp. 265-269. 

1778 Murray, Col. James. "Return of the Second Battalion of 

MayI Northumberland [Pa.] Militia commanded by 

Col. James Murry" May 1778." Certified by 
6ZZ28 Samuel Hunter, Lieut. Copy. 1 p. 

1778 Henry, Patrick. Williamsburg, [Va.] Letter to [William 

May 5 Fleming?] Acknowledges letter by Colonel 

Henderson; authorizes him to act on his orders 

2ZZ45 of March 27, rather than those of General Hand ; 

approves his and Preston's address to the 
Shawnee ; and requests him to inform Colonel 
Stuart as to number of men needed to defend 
post at Kelly's. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1778 Preston, William. Letter to Col. William Fleming, Bote- 

May 17 tourt [County, Va.] Alarm occasioned by letter 

from Captain Cloyd at Culbertson's Bottom in- 

3ZZ15 forming of movements of the Indians; people 

removing from the country; evacuation of posts 
at Culbertson's and Island Creek; backward- 
ness of the militia; call upon the lieutenants of 
Henry and Pittsylvania counties for assistance. 
A. L. S. 1 p. 

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1778 Preston, William. Letter to Col. William Fleming. In- 

May 30 vasion of Greenbrier. A. L. S. 1 p. 

3ZZ16 

1778 Black, Capt. Henry. [Bedford County, Pa.] Pay-roll of 

July 22 his company of nine months' volunteers. Copy. 

6ZZ21 1 p. 

1778 Black, Capt. Henry. [Bedford County, Pa.] Pay-roll of 

July 22 his company of nine months' volunteers. Dates 

6ZZ19 of enlistment given. Copy. 2 pp. 

[1778] Cluggage, Robert. Fort Robertdeau. Orders for Capt. 

Sept. 16 [Henry] Black. Instructing him to take post at 

Frankstown, Pa., and use every measure in his 

6ZZ18 power for the defense of the frontier; the issu- 

ing commissary at Frankstown to supply him 
with provisions. Copy. 1 p. 

6ZZ23 . Another copy. 

1778 Preston, William. Letter to [William Fleming.] En- 
[?]29 closes letter to the Shawnee for alteration and 

correction; asks authority to call on Captains 
3ZZ22 Robinson and Barnett for assistance in case of 

invasion; has sent out three companies along 
the frontiers. A. L. S. 1 p. 

[before 1779] A[lison], Dr. F[rancis]. Directions for catching fishf. 
12ZZ332 Copy. 1 p. 

[before 1779] Alison, Dr. F[rancis]. Directions for sowing grain. 
12ZZ335 " Copy. 1 p. 

[before 1779] Alison, Dr. Francis. Prescription for the treatment of 
12ZZ5 pleurasy. Copy. 1 p. 

1779 Cluggage, Robert. Huntingdon [Pa.] Letter to [Henry 
Mar 14 Black] . Requests him and Captain M c Donald 

to come to the fort; wishes to discharge dues of 
6ZZ17 his [Black's] company; asks him to call on Wil- 
liam Holliday for the money. Copy. 1 p. 
6ZZ22 . Another copy. 

1779 Preston, William. Letter to Col. William Fleming. In- 

Apr. 4 dian depredations; the order for a general mus- 

ter in the county countermanded ; advice to Cap- 

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3ZZ18 tain William Robinson; probable that Pearis' 

and Munsey's forts will be evacuated; difficulty 
in raising men and procuring provisions. A. L. 
S. 2 pp. 

1779 Preston, Col. William. Letter to Capt. [William] Rob- 

Apr. 4 inson. Intelligence received from Captain Cloyd 

of attack on William Hale near Munsey's Fort 

3ZZ17 on Walker's Creek; Bradley's family believed 

to have been murdered ; people on Sinking Creek 
gathering in forts; the militia forbidden to at- 
tend general muster. Contemporary copy. 2 pp. 
Endorsed : A Copey of a Letter from Col°. Pres- 
ton to Capt n Robinson. 

1779 Madison, John. Letter to Col. [William] Fleming. In- 

Apr. 5 dian hostility ; request for arms and ammunition 

2ZZ80 to defend his family. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1779 [Preston, William.] Letter to Col. William Fleming, 

Apr. 8 Botetourt [County, Va.] Indian depredations; 

the inhabitants gathered in forts and crying for 

3ZZ20 assistance; news received from Col. Walter 

Crockett of the Tory insurrection; plan to de- 
stroy the lead mines. A. L. S. 1 p. Signature 
cut away. Mutilated. 

1779 Preston, William. Letter to . Informing 

July 18 of the Tory plot against the lead mines and the 

capture of 'Captains Cox, Osborn, and Hender- 

3ZZ19 son; Col. William Campbell awaiting reinforce- 

ments at the mines; Col. William Ingles to take 
command of the Montgomery County militia 
and march against the insurgents. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1779 Christian, Col. William. Mahanaim. Letter to Col. Wil- 

July. 23 liam Fleming, Botetourt. Col. William Camp- 

bell and Maj. W. Crockett defeat the Tories, 

2ZZ81 who had gathered for the purpose of taking the 

mines. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1779 Lebo, Isaac, John Funckhauser, and Edward Bond. Bond 

Aug. 18 executed by them to the commonwealth of Vir- 

7ZZ23 ginia for £2000 to insure the good behavior of 

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Isaac Lebo, who is suspected ■ of Toryism. Wit- 
nessed by Samuel Newell, Aaron Lewis, and 
Isaac Shelby. D. S. 1 p. 

1779 Virginia counties. List of counties as made at the "War 

Aug. 20 Office W ms burg V a .' Aug. 20 th . 1779 ". 1 p. 

7ZZ24 

1779 Lewis, Andrew, and William Fleming. Botetourt. Letter 

Aug. 31 to . In compliance with an order 

of council of July 23, directing William Chris- 

2ZZ82 tian and themselves to fix a chain of defense for 

the southwestern frontier ; they recommend that 
troops be stationed at or near the mouth of 
Guyandot, mouth of Big Sandy River, junction 
of Licking Creek with the Ohio, and Martin's 
Cabin in Powell's Valley; list of necessary tools 
and utensils. Auto, draft, signed. 2 pp. 

[1779 Brown, William. Deposition before William Edmondson 

Aug.] and Isaac Shelby, justices of the peace for 

Washington County, [Va.] Repeating conver- 
7ZZ23 sation with Isaac Lebo in which he expressed 

Tory sentiments. 1 p. 

1779-80 [Fleming, William.] Journal of his trip to Kentucky as 
Nov. 10- commissioner of Virginia to settle land titles and 

May 27 public accounts in that country. Contains a list 

of claims; an account of moneys received and 
2ZZ75, 76 expended ; notes on the topography, natural 

history, and economic condition of the country; 
description of town at Falls of the Ohio ; Boones- 
borough; Bryant's Station; and attack on Rud- 
dell's Station; Capt. [John] Dodge character- 
ized ; operations of George Rogers Clark ; Indian 
depredations ; general summary of his transac- 
tions as commissioner ; distances of Kentucky 
settlements from Fort Pitt and Richmond. A. 
D. 72 pp. Indexed by Lyman C. Draper. 

1779 Greer, Andrew, and Thomas Houghton, Justices of the 

Nov. Peace, Washington County, X. C. Instructions 

to sheriff of said county. A jury of twenty-four 

7ZZ25 men to be impaneled to try a case of forcible 

detainer of "one dwelling house with the ap- 

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purtenances of one John Shelby, Esquire 7 '. A. 
D. 1 p. Endorsed : Precept to the Sheriff to 
Return a Jury. On reverse : Written in pencil 
and almost illegible is the verdict of a jury 
called to determine title of land patented 
in the name of Edmund Pendleton. 

1779-80 Donelson, John. "Journal of a voyage, intended by God's 

Dec. 22- permission, in the good boat Adventure, from 

Apr. 24 Fort Patrick Henry on Holston river, to the 

French Salt Springs on Cumberland river. ' ' 

11ZZ13-23 Incidents of the voyage; route; some of the 

boats bound for Natchez and the Illinois ; Indian 
attacks ; meeting with Col. Richard Henderson 
who was running the line between Virginia and 
North Carolina ; arrival at Eaton 's Station ; 
names of persons in the company; family of 
Capt. James Robertson among them. Copy by 
Draper. Indexed. 11 pp. Printed : A. W. Put- 
nam, History of Middle Tennessee (Nashville, 
1859), pp. 69-76. 

1780 Reburn, James. Receipt to William Madison for £1400 

Jan. 3 in payment for horse, etc. for use of troops under 

Col. [George Rogers] Clark. Witnessed by 
5ZZ96 Daniel Trigg. D. S. 1 p. 

1780 [Illegible.] Receipt to William Madison for £468 in pay- 

Jan. 16 ment for a horse and corn for use of Western 

Battalion, Witnessed by Joseph Grey. D. S. 
5ZZ96 1 p. 

1780 Williams, Thomas. Entry for land in district of Kentucky 

Feb. 16 lying on Lawrence's Creek and including im- 

provement made by Charles Lecompte. Claim 
12ZZ87 based on twelve months 7 residence prior to 1778. 

Signed by Thomas Todd. Copy. 1 p. 

1780 Crockett, Anthony. Voucher to William Madison for 109 

Feb. 22 lbs. of hemp "for the use of the Country & in 

5ZZ96 part of his Tax". D. S. 1 p. 

1780 M c Connell, Sr., William, per Francis M c Connell. Pre- 

Feb. 24 emption of 1000 acres of land in the district of 

Kentucky. Witnessed by Thomas Todd. Copy. 
12ZZ145 1 p. 

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1780 Madison, Gabriel. Monongalia [County, Va.] Letter to 

Apr. 10 "William Madison, Botetourt [County, Va.] John 

gone to Williamsburg for surveyor's commis^ 

5ZZ73 sion; will himself leave for the Falls in a day 

or two; Indians thick on the river; two boats 
taken; boundary dispute; George Rooks at head 
of movement to organize a separate state. A. L. 
S. 1 p. Endorsed: Letter Gab Madison. 

1780 Black, Martha. Preemption of 1000 acres of land lying 

Apr. 22 on Lee ? s Creek. Improvement made in 1774. 

12ZZ157 Signed by Thomas Todd. Copy. 1 p. 

1780 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of land entered by Wil- 

Apr. 26, liam Stuart and George Thompson on Apr. 26, 

June 21 1780, and June 21, 1780. Entries witnessed by 

12ZZ87 R. Parker, S. F. C. A. N. 1 p. 

1780 Stuart, William. Order of the Court at St. Asaph's giv- 

Apr. 26 ing him permission to remove a location which 

was granted to Ephraim Payton, assignee of 

12ZZ113 William Ginnings, and granting him a certifi- 

cate for the land. Witnessed by Thomas Todd. 
Copy. 1 p. 

1780 O'Bannion, John. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

May 15 Witnessed by R. Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ113 

1780-86 [Finley, John E.] Table giving dates of entry, survey, 
May 16- patent, and number of acres of land entered 

Jan. 4 by Francis M c Connell, Jane Wiley, William M c - 

12ZZ140 Connell, and Martha Black. A. D. 1 p. 

1780 M c Connell, Francis. Entries for land. Witnessed by 

May 16 Thomas Bodley. Copy. 2 pp. 

12ZZ148 

1780 M c Connell, William. Entry for 800 acres of land. Copy, 

May 18 1 p. 

12ZZ149 

1780 Bynes, Edmond. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

May 22 Witnessed by R. Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ112 

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1780 Speed, James. Entry for land on treasury warrant. Wit- 

Mat 23 nessed by Eobert Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ138 

1780 Arnold, Mark. Entry for land on south side of Ohio 

June 2 River. Witnessed by Robert Parker. Copy. 

12ZZ138 1 p. 

1780 Preston, William. Letter to Col. William Fleming, Bote- 

June15 tourt [County, Va.] Application for flints for 

the relief of people in Kentucky; Col. [Walter] 
3ZZ21 Crockett instructed to raise 100 men. A. L. S. 

lp. 

1780 Stuart, William, and George Thompson. Entry for land 

June 21 on a certificate. Witnessed by Robert Parker. 

12ZZ114 Copy. 1 p. 

1780 Madison Jr., John. Land Office, Richmond, [Va.] Letter 

July 14 to William Strother Madison, Botetourt [Coun- 

ty, Va.] Appointed surveyor of Monongalia 

5ZZ74 County; fears the governor will not sign his 

commission until boundary dispute between 
Virginia and Pennsylvania has been decided; 
will assist Harvie in register's office until time 
for Botetourt Court; Winston to represent him 
in lawsuits; "The assembly have struck 
2000000 Millions of Money.' ' A. L. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed : Letter John Madison. 

1780-93 [Finley, John E.] Table giving dates of entry, survey, 
and patent of lands entered by Bell, George 

12ZZ130 Evans, John Pryor, Thomas Williams, Stuart 

and Thompson, S. Kenton, Galloway, Ed. Bynes, 
Joseph Frazor, Joseph M c Clelland, M. Black, 
Cunningham, John Marshall, James McAuley, 
William M c Connell, Thomas Maxwell, John Wil- 
liams, James Speed, M. Arnold, and Tibbs. A. 
D. 1 p. 

[1780] Speed, James, and Mark Arnold. Plat of their lands on 
12ZZ139 the Ohio River. Copy. 1 p. 

[1780] Turman, James. Receipt to [Willjiam Madison for £2400 
5ZZ96 in payment for horses for use of troops under 

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Col. George Rogers Clark. Witnessed by 
Joseph [?] Stewart. D. S. 1 p. 

1781 Dryden, William. Receipt to William Madison for £1450 

Jan. 9 for a horse for use of troops under Col. George 

Rogers Clark. Witnessed by Samuel Wilson. 
5ZZ96 D. S. 1 p. 

1781 Lewis, Samuel. Receipt to William Madison for li twenty 

Jan. 12 four sheets of money" amounting to £22320 in 

part payment for horses for troops under Col. 
5ZZ96 [George Rogers] Clark. D. S. 1 p. 

1781 Hunter, Malcolm. Receipt to William Madison for £1100 

Jan. 25 for a mare for use of Western Battalion. D. S. 

5ZZ96 1 p. 

1781 M^Nealy, William. Receipt to William Madison for $360 

Jan. 25 for gathering and driving pack horses from Lit- 

5ZZ96 tie River. D. S. 1 p. 

1781 Turman, James. Receipt to William Madison for £4805 

Jan. 26 for horses for use of Western Battalion. Wit- 

5ZZ96 nessed by Thomas M c George. D. S. 1 p. 

1781 Fleming, William. Botetourt [County, Va.] Letter to 

Sept. 28 The Speaker of the House of Delegates. Tender- 

ing his resignation as a member of council. A. 

2ZZ84 L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: To The Speaker of the 

House of Delegates Sept r 28, 1781. 

1781 [Fleming, William.] Botetourt [County, Va.] Letter to 

Nov. 14 [the Governor?] Transmits an enclosure con- 

taining a grievance which he thinks will be re- 

2ZZ85 dressed by the commissioners appointed to set- 

tle accounts in that quarter ; frauds and imposi- 
tions upon the government; horses purchased 
for the use of General Clark. Auto, draft. 1 p. 

1781 F[leming], W[illiam]. Letter to the Governor [James 

Dec. 20 Monroe]. On receiving appointment as com- 

missioner to adjust claims against the state in 

2ZZ86 the western country; William Preston, Samuel 

M c Dowell, and Thomas Marshall appointed to 
act in conjunction with him. Auto, draft, 
signed. 2 pp. 

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1781-83 [Finley, John E.] Account of money "received in a 
12ZZ358, Congregational way". A. D. 5 pp. 

368-371 

1781-85 [Finley, John E.] Miscellaneous accounts. A. D. 38 pp. 
12ZZ359-367, 

372-384, , J 

392-408 

1781-89 [Finley, John E.] Record of marriages performed by 
12ZZ386-391 ' him [in Chester County, Pa.] A. D. 6 pp. 

1782 [Finley, John E.] Statement of account with William 

Jan. 9- Hazlet. A. D. 2 pp. [This account is crossed 

Oct. 11 out.] 

12ZZ356, 357 

1782 Madison, John. Letter to . Regarding the 

Apr. 13 location of land warrants; the trader's grant. 

5ZZ75 A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1782 May, John. Letter to William Fleming. Requests a 

Sept. 1 copy of the certificate for Adam Smyth 's pre- 

emptions; instructions concerning transmission 
7ZZ26 of commissions or other public papers for the 

Kentucky country. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1782-83 Fleming, William. Statement of account against Col. 

Nov. 4- John Bowman for medicine. Receipted Apr. 2, 

Mar. 9 1783. A. D. S. 1 p. 

6ZZllb 

1782 Wiley, Jane. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

Dec. 2 Signed by T [nomas] Bodley. Copy. 2 pp. 

12ZZ148, 149 

1782 Craig, John, and Robert Johnson, assignees of John May, 

Dec. 9 assignee of Matthew Black. Entry for land on 

a preemption warrant. Witnessed by R[obert] 
12ZZ157 Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

1782 Craig, John, and Robert Johnson, assignees of John May. 

Dec. 9 assignee of William McConnell Sr. Entry of 

land on a preemption warrant. Signed by 
12ZZ145 R[obert] Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

1782 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of land entries by Rob- 

Dec. 9 ert Johnson and John Craig. Dates of survey 

12ZZ112 given. A. N. 1 p. 

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1782-85 [Lee's Creek, Ky.] Plat of land showing surveys for 

Dec. 9- [Thomas] Williams, Matthew Black, [George] 

Dec. 23 Thompson and [William] Stuart, M c Clelland, 

and Cunningham. Dates of surveys given. 

12ZZ119 Copy. lp. 

1782 M c Connell, Francis, assignee of Jane Wiley. Entry for 

Dec. 30 land on treasury warrant. Signed by T[homas] 

12ZZ149 B[odley]. Copy. 1 p. 

1782 Draper, [Lyman C] List of references concerning the 

cannon incident at siege of Wheeling. A. D. 
4ZZ6 1 p. 

[c 1782] Madison, Gabriel. Lincoln County, [Va.] Letter to John 
Madison, Monongalia County, [Va.] Seeking in- 

5ZZ92 formation about improvements purchased of 

Captain Biggs and of Moore. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1783 [Fleming, William.] Journal of his second trip to Ken- 
Jan. 4— tucky as commissioner of Virginia to settle land 
Apr. 22 titles and public accounts in that country. De- 
parture from Trigg's in company with Wallace; 

2ZZ69 met Colonel M c Dowell, General Clark, Shannon 

and others at Harrodsburg; proceeded thence 
to Louisville by way of M c Afee's, Kincheloe's, 
and Cox's stations; held commissioner's meet- 
ings at Louisville, Dutch Station, New Holland, 
Lexington, Bowman's Station and St. Asaph's; 
examination of Clark's papers; arrival of 
Frenchmen from Illinois who complain that Vir- 
ginia has abandoned them; Captain George's 
mission to the Chickasaw ; Indian depredations ; 
Col. John Floyd mortally wounded; location of 
land warrants; Boone to make surveys; descrip- 
tion of the country. A. D. 15 pp. Indexed by 
Lyman C. Draper. 

1783 Marshall Jr., John, assignee of Thomas Marshall. Entry 

Jan. 11 for land on treasury warrants. Witnessed by 

12ZZ115, 116 Robert Parker. Copy. 2 pp. 

1783 Marshall Jr., John. Entry for land on treasury warrants. 

Jan. 11 Witnessed by Thomas Jones. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ110 

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1783 Pryor, John. Entry for land on treasury warrant. Wit- 

Jan. 13 nessed by R[obert] Parker. Copy. 2 pp. 

12ZZ121, 122 

1783 Eutherford, R. Berkeley County, [Va.] Letter to John 

Jan. 22 Madison, Monongalia County, [Va.] Inquiring 

as to land entries made for him, and requesting 
5ZZ76 that they be surveyed to the best advantage ; 

death of his friend, Major Chew. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1783 Bledsoe, A[nthony], Isaac Shelby, and A. Tatun. Com- 

Mar. 8 missioner 's Office, French Lick, N. C. Certifi- 

cate no. 352 granted to Daniel Smith, assignee 

7ZZ27 of Thomas Jeffries, for preemption of 620 acres 

of land on Drake's Creek. Witnessed by D. 
Shelby, Clerk. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: D Smith 
ass. 352. 

1783 Delany, Joseph. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

Mar. 12 Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ163 



1783 'Daniel, John. 

Mar. 12 Copy. 

12ZZ162, 163 



Entry for land on treasury warrants. 
2 pp. 



1783 Ruston, Job, and Rev. John E. Finley. Chester County, Pa. 

Mar. 19 Articles of agreement between them. Sale of 

land to Finley for £420 ; Ruston to have privilege 

12ZZ39~42 of cutting timber from the land during his life ; 

a new survey to be made. Witnessed by John 
Pinkerton and Archibald Dysart ; receipts of 
payments made by Finley Apr. 4, 1783 and Mar. 
11, 1784; affidavit made by John Pinkerton Nov. 
18, 1786 certifying that he and Archibald Dysart 
were witnesses to the above agreement. Re- 
corded Nov. 24, 1786. Copy. 4 pp. 

1783 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of payments made to 

Apr. 4- Ruston. A. N. 1 p. 

Oct. 
12ZZ355 

1783 Stuart, William, and George Thompson. Entry for land 

May 28 on preemption warrant. Witnessed by Robert 

12ZZ114 Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

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1783 Galloway, John, and Robert Johnson. Entry for land on 

Aug. 1 treasury warrant. Signed by Thomas Jones. 

12ZZ87 Copy. 1 p. 

1783 MMenMns, William. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

Aug. 1 "Witnessed by Robert Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ113 

1783 [Finley, John E.] Memoranda from book of ancient con- 

Sept. 16 cessions surveyed and signed by the surveyor and 

the council. Names of persons to whom land 
12ZZ90 was assigned on "the little river of Kaskakias". 

A. N. 1 p. 

1783 Graham, Richard. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

Oct. 30 Signed by Richard Higgins. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ171 

1783 Tibbs, Willou[gh]by. Entry for land on treasury war- 

Nov. 3 rants. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ162 

1783 Evans, George. Entry for land on treasury warrants. 

Dec. 17 Witnessed by Robert Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ111 

1783 Bell, William, assignee of John Hopkins. Entry for land 

Dec. 29 on treasury warrant. Signed by Robert Parker. 

12ZZ118 Copy. 1 p. 

1783 Bell, William, assignee of Michael Ryan. Entry for land 
Dec. 29 on treasury warrant. Signed by Robert Parker. 

12ZZ118 Copy. 1 p. 

[1783?] Parker, Robert. Field notes of survey for George Evans. 
12ZZ111 Copy. 1 p. 

1784 Ruston, Job. Chester County, Pa. Will. Witnessed by 
Jan. 17 Samuel Finny, Joseph, and James Strawbridge. 

12ZZ16, Copy. 4 pp. 

18, 19, 21 

1784 M c Connell, William. Fayette County, [Ya.] Field notes 

Mar. 22 of survey of land for himself. Copy. 2 pp. 

12ZZ150, 151 

1784 M ( 'Connell, William. Fayette County, [Va.] Field notes 

Mar. 22 of survey of land for Francis M c Connell. Copy. 

12ZZ150 1 p. 

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1784 M c Connell, William, and Thomas Marshall. Plat and 

Mar. 26 field notes of survey for Jane Wiley. Copy. 

12ZZ151-153 3 pp. 

1784 Craig, Lewis, and James Power. Fayette County, Va. Ar- 

Apr. 3 tieles of agreement for a division of land in 

Kentucky. Witnessed by David Marshall and 
7ZZ28 Francis W. Lee. D. S. 1 p. 

1784 Cameron, Charles. Botetourt Court-house. Letter to 

Apr. 26 Roland Madison, Kentucky. Informing of his 

measures to collect money due him; applica- 
5ZZ77 tion to Thomas Madison. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 

dorsed : Charles Camron to B. Madison. 

1784 [Finley, John E.] Notes on Vandelure's account of his 

May travels in North America in 1784. A. N, 1 p. 

Oct. 7 

12ZZ266 

1784 Christian, Col. William. Mahanaim. Letter to Thomas 

Aug. 6 Madison. Regarding his preparations for re- 

moval to Kentucky; settlement between Thomp- 

5ZZ78 son Boyd and Preston's executors on 20th. inst. ; 

his [Madison's] suit against Lynch; Barnes's 
land advertised for sale. A. L. S. 3 pp. En- 
dorsed: Col°. W m . Christian 84. 

[1784?] Craig, Lewis. Fayette County, Va. Bond to James 
Aug. 17 Power for £1000 to secure 600 acres of land in 

7ZZ49 Fayette County. D. S. 1 p. 

1784 Madison, James. West Observatory. Letter to Thomas 

Sept. 20 Madison, Botetourt [County, Va.] Settlement 

of their father's estate; will meet him in Rich- 

5ZZ79 mond in the fall if the business of running the 

boundary line is finished in time; suggested set- 
tlement of claims against John Madison; op- 
poses his brother's removal to a new country. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: James Madison. 

1784 Bynes, Edmond. Field notes of survey made for him on 

Lawrence's Creek. Incomplete. 



Oct. 23 
12ZZ112 



waters of 
Copy. 1 p. 

1784 Morgan, Simon, and Thomas Marshall. Field notes of 

Oct. 26 survey of land for John Pryor. Witnessed by 

12ZZ122 Robert Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

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1784 Virginia Assembly, Journal. Excerpt concerning peti- 
Nov. 30 tion of Humphrey Walker and other inhabitants 

of King and Queen County, praying that the 
13ZZ43 right to a tract of land in that county be vested 

in the heir of John Walker. Copy by Draper. 
1 P. 

[1784?] Armstrong, [John.] [Map of Pennsylvania west of the 
7ZZ53 Susquehanna River.] A. D. 

1785 Henry, Gov. Patrick. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to Col. 
Feb. 4 Joseph Martin, Henry County. Indian affairs; 

the Countess of Huntingdon's desire to settle a 
15ZZ25-28 colony and christianize the Cherokee ; Dohrman 

also would like to procure land for a large set- 
tlement of people; inquiry as to the welfare of 
the Overhill Carolina folks. A. L. S. 3 pp. 
Endorsed: Governor Henrys Letter. 

1785 Hoge, John. Plat of a survey of land on warrant granted 

Feb. 5 Augustine Pillager. Copy. 1 p. 
12ZZ78 
12ZZ274 . Another copy. 

1785 Hoge, John. Plat of a survey of land on warrant granted 

Feb. 5 Thomas Mason. Copy. 1 p. 
12ZZ78 
12ZZ275 . Another copy. 

1785 Tibbs, John. Fayette County. Bond to Simeon West 

Feb. 17 for £500 Virginia currency; assignment to 

George Dougherty; assignment to Richard Ap- 
12ZZ154,155 plegate and John E. Finley. Copy. 2 pp. 

1785 Morgan, Simon, and Richard Higgins. Field notes of 

Mar. 8 survey of land for R[ichard] Graham. Copy. 

12ZZ171,172 2 pp. 

1785 Henry, Gov. Patrick. In Council. Letter to Col. Joseph 

Apr. 16 Martin. Concerning the encroachments of the 

Franklin Government upon Cherokee lands; 

15ZZ29-32 neutrality of Virginia in the event of hostili- 

ties; measures for the preservation of peace; 
trade with the Chickasaw; Col. Arthur Camp- 
belles refusal to furnish men ordered to his 
[Martin's] station by Governor Harrison. L. S. 
3 pp. 

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June 28 



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1785 

. Aug. 11 

12ZZ116 ; 117 

1785 Fox, 

Aug. 19 

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Wallace, Caleb. Lincoln County. Letter to [Thomas?] 
Madison. Concerning settlement of Robert Ba- 
ker's claim to Kentucky lands which he [Wal- 
lace] purchased from Anthony Gholson; peti- 
tion for separation of Kentucky from Virginia; 
scarcity of money; land disputes numerous. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : Caleb Wallace 85. 

Fox, Arthur, and Thomas Marshall. Fayette County, 



[Va.] Plat and field notes of survey of land for 
John Marshall, assignee of Thomas Marshall. 
Witnessed by Temstall Quarles for Robert 
Parker. Copy. 2 pp. 

Arthur, and Thomas Marshall. Fayette County,. 
[Va.] Field notes of survey of land for Wil- 
liam Stuart and George Thompson. Witnessed 
by Robert Parker. Copy. 1 p. 



1785 Fox, Arthur, and Thomas Marshall. Field notes of sur- 

Aug. 19 vey for William Stuart and George Thompson. 

12ZZ114,115 Witnessed by Robert Parker. Copy. 2 pp. 

1785 Fox, Arthur. Plat and field notes of survey of 400 acres 

Aug. 19 of land on Lawrence's Creek for Thomas Wil- 

liams; assignment of interest in same to George 
12ZZ80 Dougherty; sold to Capt. Thomas Hall. Copy. 

1 p. 

1785 Stuart, William, assignee of George Thompson. Field 

Aug. 19 notes of survey of land made for him. Incom- 

12ZZ120,121 plete. Copy. 1 p. 

1785 Stuart, William, and George Thompson. Field notes of 

Aug. 19 survey of land made for them. Incomplete. 

12ZZ121 Copy. 1 p. 



1785 
Nov. 4 

5ZZ81 



1785 

Nov. 4 
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Christian, W[illiam]. Bear Grass. Letter to [Mrs. 
Thomas Madison]. To his sister on hearing of 
the death of "Suckey"; Indians very trouble- 
some; treaty refused; will move to Danville 
soon; Bear Grass the flower of all Kentucky. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. 

Christian, W[illiam]. Bear Grass. Letter to Thomas 
Madison, Stone House. Information concern- 
ing his [Madison's] lands in Kentucky; sends 

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copy of plat of land adjoining Breckinridge's; 
removal to Lincoln. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
W Christian letter. 

1785-91 Ruston, Job, estate. Statement of account against Dr. 

Jan. 27- Thomas Kuston. Copied from the executor's 

Feb. 23 book by J. E. Finley, May 17, 1791. Note by 

Finley stating that John B. Euston died in Octo- 

12ZZ71,72 ber, 1795 at Lewisville, Ga. 

[c 1785] Lee's Creek, [Ky.] Plat of .surveys on Lee's Creek. 
Shorws surveys of Thomas Williams, John 

12ZZ125 Marshall Jr., [William] Stuart and [George] 

Thompson, S[imon] Kenton, M[atthew] Black, 
Cunningham and M c Clelland. Copy. 1 p. 

[c 1785] Stevenson, James. Plat and field notes of Gen. Henry 
Lee's claim to land on Lawrence's Creek [Ky.] 
12ZZ141 Copy. 1 p. 

1786 Fox, Arthur, and Thomas Marshall. Field notes of sur- 

Jan. 3 vey of land for John Craig and assignees. Wit- 

12ZZ146 nessed by R[obert] Parker. Copy. 1 p. 

1786 M c Connell, William, and Thomas Marshall. Fayette 

Jan. 4 County, [Va.] Plat and field notes of survey 

for James M c Connell, heir of Francis M c Con- 

12ZZ152,153 nell. Signed by Thomas Bodley. Copy. 2 pp. 

1786 Christian, William. Sturguss. Letter to Thomas Madi- 

Mar. 30 son, Botetourt [County, Va.] Speculation in 

Kentucky lands; decline in value; only those 

5ZZ82 lands lying within the settlements will sell; In- 

dian affairs serious. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: 
W Ch r letter. 

1786-87 Decalves, Don Alonso. New Travels to the westward; or 
June 1- unknown parts of America (Lexington, 1802). 

July. 27 Excerpts by John E. Finley. 1 p. 

12ZZ267 

1786 Henry, Patrick. Eichmond, [Va.] Letter to Col. Joseph 

Oct. 4 Martin, Agent for Indian Affairs. Expressing 

his views on the Franklin Government; the ne- 

15ZZ33-40 cessity for securing the navigation of the Mis- 

sissippi ; sends silver medals to be bestowed up- 
on Indian chiefs. A. L. S. 6 pp. 

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1786 Lafferty, John. Entry for land on treasury warrant. 

Oct. 31 Witnessed by Thomas Jones. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ131 

1786 Huston, Job. Plat of a small tract of land in Chester 

Dec. 18 County [Pa.] belonging to Job Ruston, and said 

to contain forty-seven acres. Certified Dec. 18, 
12ZZ34,35 1786 by George Churchman. Copy. 2 pp. 

1786 Campbell, Arthur. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to Thomas 
Dec. 23 Madison, Botetourt [County, Va.] Wishes him 

success with the salt works, and discusses meas- 
5ZZ83 ures before the Virginia assembly; "We seem 

groping in the dark about the Kentucky affairs ; ' ' 
commotion in Massachusetts. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1787 M c Dowell, Samuel. Mercer County, Va. Articles of 
Feb. 15 agreement with William Scott of Fayette 

County, Va. for the sale of land in Kentucky. 
7ZZ30 Witnessed by Peggy and Patsey M c Dowell. 

Payments entered on the reverse. D. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Scott and M c Dowell bargain for 190 
acres of Land. 

1787 Bledsoe, Anthony. Mr. Gibbon's, Holston. Letter to 

Feb. 21 Col. Daniel Smith, Drake's Creek, Sumner 

County, [Tenn.] His success in the assembly; 

7ZZ29 encloses an act for raising 200 troops for the 

protection of the frontier; the county divided 
according to agreement; asks the appointment 
of David Shelby as clerk of the first court to be, 
held; refers to Colonel Robertson, the bearer, 
for further information about Tne assembly ; 
1 'your first Court is the 2 d Monday in April at 
Gen 1 . John Hamiltons." A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Feby. 21 st 1787. Co 1 . Anthony Bled- 
soe. 

1787 Ruston, Job. "draught of a tract of .land being part of 

May a larger tract late of Job Ruston deceased, but 

ordered by y e - will of s d . dec d ; to be sold by his 
12ZZ34 ex rs . Surveyed May 1787 by Sam 1 . Cochran. " 

Copy. 1 p. 

1787 Madison, J[ames]. Williamsburg [?]. Letter to Thomas 

Oct. 1 Madison, Botetourt [County, Va.] Requests an 

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opinion relative to his partnership with Colonel 
Smith in the purchase of land; criticism of the 
federal constitution; asks that the enclosed let- 
ter to his mother be forwarded. A. L. S. 3 pp. 



1787-92 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving dates of land 

Oct. 31- patents issued to George Thompson, Simon Ken- 

Mar. 15 ton, William Woods, Arthur Fox, and John 

12ZZ145 Marshall. A. N. 1 p. 

1788 Fleming, William. Belmont, Botetourt [County, Va.] 

Feb. 19 Letter to Thomas Madison, Saltworks, Wash- 

ington County. On the federal constitution. 
5ZZ85 A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1788 Campbell, Afrthur]. Goodwood. Letter to [Thomas 

Feb. 20 Madison?] Arrangements for the maintenance 

and education of his ward, Sarah Campbell; 
5ZZ86 Baron Swedenborg's writings; sends specimen 

of "your Cousin James writing in the Federal- 
ist N°. 5". A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1788 Ruston, Thomas. Oxford. Letter to Rev. John E. Fin- 

Oct. 24 ley. Giving him notice to quit the premises oc- 

12ZZ51 cupied by him. Copy. 1 p. 

1788 Rumsey, James. Berkeley County, Va. Proposals for 

forming a company to enable him to carry into 
7ZZ50 execution his invention for propelling a steam- 

boat. Broadside. 1 p. On reverse : List of 
towns. 

1789 Morris, Israel. Opinion rendered to John E. Finley con- 
Mar. 18 cerning the administration of Job Huston's 

12ZZ352 estate. Copy. 1 p. 

1789 Fox, Arthur. Bourbon County, [Ky.] Plat and field 

Mar. 24 notes of survey for John Marshall Jr. Wit- 

12ZZ109,110 nessed by Thomas Jones. Copy. 2 pp. 

1789 Finley, John E. Memorandum of his having furnished 

Nov. 23 Dr. Thomas Huston with a copy of his accounts 

and demand against the estate of J. Huston, 

12ZZ17 deceased; also a certified copy of agreement be- 

tween Job Huston and John E. Finley. A. X. S. 
1 p. 



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1790 Finley, John E. Brief in suit of Finley vs. Huston's Ex- 

Jan. 4 ecutors. Covenant between Job Ruston and 

himself, Mar. 19, 1783, concerning 218 1 / 4 acres 

12ZZ47-51 of land which the former was to deed to him in 

consideration of £420 ; breach of contract ; dam- 
ages asked; circumstances of the case. Copy. 
5 pp. 

1790 Henry, Patrick. Letter to Gen. [Joseph] Martin. Con- 

Jan. 25 cerning western lands; the North Carolina ces- 

sion act; his efforts to secure Martin's appoint- 
15ZZ41-44 ment as [Indian?] agent. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1790 Ruston, Job, heirs. Summons to appear in Court of 

Feb. 27 Common Pleas of Chester County, Pa. on last 

Tuesday of the following May to answer plea of 

12ZZ17 Robert Wallace. Signed by Caleb Davis. Wit- 

nessed by William Clingan. Copy. 1 p. 

1790 [Finley, John E.] Bond to J[ob] Rfuston] for £20, 

Apr. 1 with warrant of attorney to confess judgment. 

12ZZ9,10 Copy. 2 pp. 

1790 Chew, Benjamin. Opinion as to the construction of the 

June 2 will of Job Huston, deceased. Copy. 2 pp. 

12ZZ21,22 

1790 Henry, Patrick. P[rince] Edward. Letter to [William 

July 3 Fleming]. On the death of his sister, Mrs. 

Christian ; arrangements for the care of her 

15ZZ45,46 children; suggests that the negroes belonging 

to them be brought from Kentucky and hired 

out about his [Fleming's] place. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1790 Wilcocks, Alexander. Philadelphia. Opinion rendered 

Sept. 18 Rev. John E. Finley of Chester County, Pa., as 

to the construction of the will of Job Ruston, 
12ZZ20,31 deceased. Copy. 2 pp. 

1790 Wallace, Robert. Letter to Rev. John E. Finley. Ex- 

Sept. 23 cerpts from letters of Dr. Thomas Ruston, writ- 

ten in 1777 and 1779, concerning legacy left to 

12ZZ32 his Aunt Elizabeth by Mrs. Wilkinson. Copy. 

1 p. 

1790 Wallace, Robert, Newark, [N. J.] Letter to Maj. John 

Nov. 12 Ramsey, Octorara. Proceedings in suit against 

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Dr. [Thomas] Ruston; his visit to Sergeant in 
Philadelphia ; supreme court to be held in Janu- 
ary; Ramsey and himself requested to be pres- 
ent. Copy. 1 p. 



1790 [Finley, John E.] Form of a subscription for his sup- 

Dec. 13 port as minister of the Presbyterian Congrega- 

12ZZ57 tion of Faggs Manor. A. D. 1 p. 

1790 Lee, Peter, and H. Lee. Field notes of survey of land for 

Dec. 29 John Lafferty. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ160 

1790 Arnauld, . Table giving strength of the maritime 

12ZZ188 powers of the world in 1790. Copy. 1 p. 

1790 Dallas, Alexander James. Eeports of cases ruled and ad- 

judged in the Courts of Pennsylvania * * * 

12ZZ69 1790. Extracts from the above in case of M^- 

DilFs Lessee vs. M c Dill tried at Lancaster N. P. 
May 18, 1781 before Chief Justice M c Kean; 
measures necessary to establish proof of a deed. 
Copy. 1 p. 

1790 Dallas, Alexander James. Eeports of cases ruled and ad- 

judged in the Courts of Pennsylvania * * * 

12ZZ70 1790. Ruling of Chief Justice M c Kean relative 

to method of computing interest. Copy. 1 p. 

1790-98 [Finley, John E.] Notes on the weather. A. N. 1 p. 
12ZZ329 

1790 Ruston, Job. Plat of a survey on Elk River showing 

lands belonging to him. Adjoining lands owned 

12ZZ33 by James Turner, Jacob Weldon, Capt. Hugh 

M c Culloch, Joseph Strawbridge, and Richard 
Carson. 1 p. 

[c 1790] [Finley, John E.] Memoranda relative to his land suit 
against Dr. Thomas Ruston. Removal from 

12ZZ52 premises, Nov. 4, 1788; the trouble submitted to 

arbitration on Oct. 29, 1788, Nov. 28, 1788, and 
Jan. 4, 1790. A. D. 1 p. 

[c 1790] Ruston, Job, estate, Appraisement of negroes belonging 
12ZZ73 to his estate. 1 p. 



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[c 1790] [Smith, Daniel. Map of southeastern Kentucky and east- 
7ZZ52 * ern Tennessee.] A. D. 

1791 [Finley, John E.] Form of a subscription for mainte- 

Jan. 14 nance of a school of psalmody. Ishmael Spicer 

12ZZ58 engaged as teacher. A. D. 1 p. 

1791 Ruston, Thomas. Philadelphia. Letter to Charles Dil- 

Jan. 25 worth, West Chester. Instructions concerning 

lands to be sold according to judgments ob- 

12ZZ60 tained against him by executors of estate of Job 

Huston and by Finley. Copy. 1 p. 

1791 Alison, Francis. Philadelphia. Letter to Rev. John 

Jan. 26 Evans Finley. Decision of the judges in the 

case of the executors of [Job] Huston's estate 
12ZZ59 against Dr. Thomas Ruston. Copy. 1 p. 

1791 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum. Names of councilors 

Feb. in the Supreme Court of the United States who 

were admitted and sworn at Philadelphia in 
12ZZ53 February, 1791. A. N. 1 p. 

1791 Campbell, Arthur. Goodwood. Letter to Thomas Madi- 

Mar. 10 son, Botetourt [County, Va.] As to the pro- 

spective marriage of their niece, Sarah; con- 
5ZZ87 tract for erection of building. A. L. S. 2 pp. 



1791 

Ape. 

12ZZ61 

1791 
May 

12ZZ68 



1791 

June 

7ZZ31 



[Finley, John E.] Memorandum. A portion of the 
13 estate of Job Ruston advertised for sale by the 

sheriff, Charles Dilworth, in execution of judg- 
ment obtained by Rev. John E. Finley; sale to 
be held May 17, 1791. A. N. 1 p. 

Ramsey, John. Excerpt from letter to [John E. Finley]. 
"Wallace to be instructed to acknowledge satis- 
faction of judgment on docket in Philadelphia; 
memorandum by Finley of payment made by 
sheriff in Philadelphia to Sheriff C. Dilworth. 
Copy. 1 p. 

Dickson, John. Bledsoe's Lick. Letter to Generals 
20 Smith and Robertson, at the Treaty on Holston. 

Informing of the safe arrival of those who 
started together from Clinch; Indian depreda- 
tions at Rains's Station; Col. Elijah Robertson 
in pursuit; scouts sent out. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 
dorsed: June 20 th . 1791 M r . John Dixon. 



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1791 Winchester, Col. Joseph. Cragfont. Letter to Daniel 

June 20 Smith. Is convinced that the Indians he met on 

Smith's Fork are the same ones who have been 

7ZZ32 making depredations in the settlements ; a party 

of them encountered by Colonel Mansco; John 
Gibson killed; Colonel Robertson in pursuit of 
Indians. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: June 20 th . 
1791 Co 1 . Winchester. 

1791 Henry, Patrick. P[rince] Edward. Letter to John Fon- 

Aug. 4 taine, Leathwood, Henry [County, Va.] Col- 

onel Tunstall to go away in the fall; has di- 

15ZZ47 rected Thomas Gooch to take possession of the 

place and to have a straight line run; asks as- 
sistance in obtaining justice as to the line. 
A. L. S. 1 p. 

1791 Finley, John E. Letter to Dr. Thomas Ruston. Forbid- 

Oct. 21 ding him to harbor his mulatto servant, Jane. 

12ZZ67 Copy. 1 p. 

1791 Ruston, Thomas. Statement of account against Rev. 

Xov. 12 John E. Finley for eight months' board of 

a mulatto girl, Jane Worley; accompanied by 

12ZZ67 note saying that girl will be sold to pay ex- 

penses, if the amount is not paid. Copy. 1 p. 

1791 Walker, Francis. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to Gen. Dan- 

Dec. 22 iel Smith, Cumberland. Smith 7 s suit still pend- 

ing in court of appeals; his father, [Dr. Thomas 

7ZZ33 "Walker], characterized; the Virginia assembly 

adjourned; agreed to amendments to the consti- 
stution proposed by Congress; apportionment of 
representation in Congress; distressed at news 
of St. Clair's defeat; reported that the Creeks 
are dissatisfied with M c Gillivray; prospect of 
war. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Francis 
Walker Dec r . 22 d . 1791. 

1791 Finley, J[ohn] E. Memorandum of lasts for himself and 
12ZZ327 family. A. X. 1 p. 

1792 Brown Jr., J[ohn]. Philadelphia. Letter to Thomas 
Jan. 6 Madison, Botetourt County, Va. In reply to 

letter asking information relative to charters of 
5ZZ88 Virginia and the grant to Earl Grenville; 

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thinks grant to Earl Grenville included lands 
in dispute, and that it was prior to Buchanan's 
patent ; this being so, Blevins can derive no ad- 
vantage from it; message to Colonel Avery; 
Congress making but little progress in business. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1792 Finley, John E. Faggs Manor. Letter to Charles Dil- 

Mar. 31 worth. Instructions concerning payment of 

balance due him from executors of Job Rus- 
12ZZ73 ton's estate. Copy. 1 p. 

1792 Dilworth, Charles. Letter to [John E. Finley]. Will 

Apr. 2 credit Dr. F. Alison with the balance due in 

case of John E. Finley vs. John liamsey et al. 

12ZZ74 executors of Job Ruston, deceased. Copy. 1 p. 

On same sheet : Statement of the account in- 
cluding interest. 

[Finley, John E.] Description of machines for carding 
and spinning cotton. A. N. 1 p. 



1792 

Apr. 
12ZZ324 



1792 Kentucky, General Assembly. Excerpts from an act for 

June 4 establishing a permanent revenue, concerning 

12ZZ76 tax on land. Copy. 1 p. 

1792 Campbell, S. B. Letter to Thomas Madison. To her 

Sept. 3 uncle saying that she will meet him in Aspen- 

ville Friday, and asking him to get "course 
5ZZ89 stuff for the young negrous cloths". A. L. S. 

lp. 

1792 Finley, John E. Memorandum of his having acknowl- 

Oct. 16 edged satisfaction for debt and cost in judg- 

ment obtained against executors of Job Rus- 
12ZZ75 ton's estate, Jan. 4, 1791. A. N. S. 1 p. 

- Radford for salt to be de- 
livered to Arthur Fox. A. D. S. 1 p. En- 



1793[?] 
Jan. 8 
7ZZ34 



Craig, Lewis. Order on 



dorsed: Order from Lewis Craig for Salt. 



1793 Bledsoe, Catherine. Letter to Daniel Smith, Knoxville. 

Apr. 17 Tells of her husband's being killed by Indians, 

and bespeaks Smith's influence with Governor 
7ZZ36 Blount to procure some troops for protection; 

alarm of the people. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 

M rs - Bledsoe. 



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1793 Wilson, Maj. David. Wilson's Station. Letter to Daniel 

Apr. 20 Smith, Knoxville. Informing of Indian depre- 

dations since his departure for Knoxville; Col. 

7ZZ35 Isaac Bledsoe, Henry Howdeshall, Samuel Farr, 

and John Benton killed; attack on Greenfield 
Station; defense made by William Xeely, Wil- 
liam Wilson, and William Hall; government 
protection needed. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: 
Major Wilson. 

1783 Douglass, Maj. Edward. [Place illegible.] Letter to 

Apr. 29 Gen. [Daniel] Smith, Knoxville. On his way 

home from scouting expedition; attack on 

7ZZ37 Greenfield Station; Colonel Bledsoe and others 

killed; the militia much fatigued; suggestions 
as to military matters; Mrs. Smith and family 
well. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Major 
Douglas. 

1793 Bradford, Maj. Henry. Sumner County, [Tenn.] Letter 

May 12 to Daniel Smith, Knoxville. Mentions killing 

of Colonel Bledsoe and attack on Greenfield 

7ZZ38 Station; two children killed near General Rob- 

ertson's; Sumner County quiet; little apprehen- 
sion of danger; attended general court the pre- 
ceding week; heard much criticism of the gov- 
ernor and judges residing on Holston. A. L. S. 
2 pp. Endorsed: Major Bradford May 1793. 



1793 Shelby, Gov. 

June 6 



Isaac. Lexington, Ky. 



12ZZ8L85 



Land grant to 
George Dougherty, assignee of Thomas Wil- 
liams for 400 acres of land on Lawrence's 
Creek in Fayette County, Ky. Endorsed by 
Baker Ewing, Refgister of the] L[and] Off [ice]. 
Copy. 2 pp. 



1793 

Nov. 3 
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1793 

12ZZ284 

1793 
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Massie, Nathaniel. Field 
Thomas Groves. 



notes of survey of land 
Copy. 1 p. 



for 



Christie, Doctor . Philadelphia. Statement of ac- 
count against James Ramsey for medicine 
bought of him. Copy. 1 p. 

[Smith, Daniel.] Letter to [Mrs. Catherine Bledsoe]. In 
reply to her request for protection against the 

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Indians; expressions of sympathy on the death 
of her husband. Auto, draft. 1 p. Endorsed : 
Rough for M rs - Bledsoe 1793. 

1793-94 Kentucky. Rules established in the court of appeals^ sub- 
sequent to the adoption of the printed rules, in 

7ZZ40 January, 1793. Decisions in particular causes; 

Patterson vs. Bradford, Myers vs. Speed, Ken- 
nedy vs. Justices of Madison [County]. 3 pp. 
Endorsed (in pencil) : Rules of the old Ct. of 
Appeals. 

[c 1793] Rush, Dr. [Benjamin]. Prescription for yellow fever. 
12ZZ258 Copy. 1 p. 

1794 Caldwell, John. Letter to Isaac Shelby, Lincoln. Pur- 

May 26 porting to express the opinion of the people 

of Woodford and Fayette counties, [Ky.] who 
7ZZ41 he says are opposed to his granting a reprieve 

to one Cox. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : Jn°. 

Caldwell. 

1794 Lee, Gov. Henry. Richmond, Va. Proclamation on the 

Aug. 20 Whiskey Rebellion. Whereas banditti from 

western Pennsylvania have passed into Virginia 

7ZZ42 and compelled an officer of the United States 

living in Morgantown, Monongalia County to 
abandon his home and seek safety by flight, he 
[the Governor] calls upon all officers, civil and 
military, to exercise every legal power to ap- 
prehend and bring to trial every offender or 
offenders. Broadside. 1 p. 

1794 Dougherty, George. Fayette County, Ky. Deed to John 

July 8 E. Finley of Mason County, Ky., for 120 

acres of land in Mason County lying on Law- 

12ZZ82,83 rence's Creek, being part of a settlement right 

assigned to Dougherty by Thomas Williianis. 
Witnessed by Stephen Quarles, William South, 
and Richard Applegate; receipt by George 
Dougherty for £40 received from John E. Pin- 
ley, July 8, 1794. Copy. 2 pp. 

1794 Dougherty, George. Receipt to John E. Finley for £46 

July 8 on account of Stephen Dye. Witnessed by 

Stephen Quarles, and Alexander Cooper. Copy. 
12ZZ84 1 p. 

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1794 Hall, Thomas. Letter to Richard Applegate. Request- 
July 8 ing him to pay £46 to George Dougherty on ac- 

12ZZ84 count of land. Copy. 1 p. 

1795 Finley, Rev. James. Epitaph. Died Jan. 6, 1795, aged 
Jan. 6 sixty-nine years and eleven months. Copy. 

12ZZ323 1 p. 

1795 Fleming, William. Summerville. Letter to . In- 

Jan. 23 troducing William Claiborne. A. L. S. 1 p. 

Note by Draper distinguishing between the two 
2ZZ87 William Flemings. 

1795 F[inley], J[ohn] E. and wife. Acknowledgment of deed 

Oct. 7 before Thomas Waring, justice of the peace of 

the Court of Quarter Sessions of Mason County, 
12ZZ79 Ky. Copy. 1 p. 

1795 Lecoiqpte, Charles. Deposition before Nathaniel Wilson 
Dec. 11 and John Gutridge, commissioners appointed 

by County Court of Mason County, Ky., for per- 
12ZZ88,89 petuating testimony respecting an improve- 

ment made by him and included in a survey 
made on Lawrence 's Creek for Thomas Wil- 
liams ; came to Kentucky in 1775 with David 
Perry and others; he and Perry made improve- 
ments on big west fork of Lawrence's Creek, 
but he is unable now to designate the precise 
spot. Copy. 2 pp. 

1795-96 [Finley, John E.] Record of marriages performed by him 
in 1795-96 and copy of warrant issued to him 
12ZZ330 in Mason County, [Ky.] A. D. 1 p. 

1796 Cadwell, Aaron. Justice of the Peace for Hamilton 
Mar. 4 County, [Ohio]. Warrant for the seizure of 

goods and tools of John Elsworth of Cincin- 
7ZZ44 nati to satisfy Edward Day, also of Cincinnati, 

for house rent. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Ed- 
ward Day vs. John Elsworth. In Rent * * * 

1796 Preston, Francis. Philadelphia. Letter to Thomas Mad- 

Apr. 16 ison, Fincastle, Va. On the action of the presi- 

dent respecting the British treaty before Con- 
5ZZ90 gress. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: F. Preston. 

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1796 Doddridge, P. Morgantown, [Va.] Letter to Gen. Ben- 

Aug. 10 jamin Biggs, Ohio County, [Va.] Concerning 

suit in district court which he and Kelfe have 
1ZZ42 undertaken in behalf of Charles Donaldson; 

Chips wanted on the charge of a misdemeanor. 

A. L. S. 1 p. 

1796 Finley, John E. Memorandum of expenses on journey to 
Sept. 12- Illinois. "Was accompanied by A. Simpson, T. 
Nov. 10 Miller, and H. Cooper. A. N f 1 p. 

12ZZ336 

1796-97 [Finley, John E.] Miscellaneous memoranda relative to 

Nov. 29- his trip to Philadelphia; power of attorney 

Feb. 20 given to John Evans ; note given to G. W. Adlis- 

tern; his lawsuit against Francis Alison, and 

12ZZ336 Elkton lands. A. N. 1 p. 

1797 Sherer, James. Elkton, Md. Receipt to John Mackey 
Feb. 3 for merchandise purchased of him. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ155 

1797 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum relative to bond given 

May 9 by James Mackey and John Evans to Edith 

Ruston for £260; bond lifted by John Evans, 

12ZZ156 Mar. 20, 1798; Finley's share of legacy. A. N. 

lp. 

1797 Madison, George. Frankfort, Ky. Letter to Thomas 
Oct. 14 Madison, Botetourt County, Va. Will endeavor 

to collect money from Colonel Bullitt and Cap- 
5ZZ91 tain Robinson and forward it; J. Smith to write 

about the lines of the survey; Rowland's mis- 
fortunes; John Ewing suing him for slander; 
Charles Moreman 's affidavit wanted ; personal 
messages. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : Geo 
Madison 97. 

1798 [Finley, John E.] Diary of a tour from Kaskaskia to 
May 21- Natchez. Geography of the region ; mineral 
Oct. 16 deposits ; Indian tribes ; names of settlers ; pop- 
ulation of various villages; table of distances; 

12ZZ97-104 military service of Capt James Elliott. A. D. 

8 pp. 

1798 Stuart, Col. John. Memoir giving history of the settle- 

July 15 ment of Greenbrier County, Va. Copy. 6 pp. 

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Endorsed by Draper: Copy of Col. John Stu- 
2ZZ12,13 art's Original Memoir, written in 1798 & sub- 

sequently enlarged & since his death, publish 13 , in 
V a - Hist. Trans. [See Draper Mss. 1ZZ34,35.] 

1798 [Finley, John E.] List of trustees of Bracken Academy 
Dec. 22 [in Christian County, Ky.] A. N. 1 p. 

12ZZ167 

1799 Roe, Richard. Letter to Richard Applegate, John Hart, 
Jan. 29 John E. Finley, Daniel Wall, William Crosby, 

William Jones, and David Early. An action 
12ZZ318 brought against him as casual ejector ; being in- 

formed that they claim title to land in question, 
he advises them to appear in next Court of 
Quarter Sessions of Mason County [Ky.] to be 
made defendants in his stead. Copy. 1 p. 

1799 [Finley, John E.] Field notes of surveys on Lawrence's 

Feb. 5 Creek, [Ky.] A. N. 2 pp. 

12ZZ123,124 

1799 Finley, John E. Field notes on surveys [in Fayette 

Feb. 11-22 County, Ky.] Began on west fork of Law- 

rence 's Creek, and took a course leading 
12ZZ126-129, through Enoch Ross's improvement, thence to 

131-133 Pryor's line, Bynes's corner, Cooper's line, 

Tibbs's line, Brooks's landing, Martin's Tavern, 
Speed's line, forks of Lee's Creek, M. Black's 
improvement, Kirk 's cabin, Morrow 's cabin, 
Orr's Mill, George Evans' survey, Kennedy's 
bounty, Lafferty's line, M c Clelland's line, Max- 
well's line, Cunningham's line on Buffalo 
Trace, Moreton's lane, Marshall's road, Logan's 
sugar camp, Walter Burgess 7 sugar camp and 
Hellam's field. A. D. 7 pp. 

1799 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving information 

Mar. 25 furnished by William Dixon as to location of 

land owned by Bell, assignee of Ryan; also as 

12ZZ133 to Irwin's title to Kenton's Station. A. N. 1 p. 

1799 F[inley], J[ohn] E. Field notes of surveys in [Fayette 

Apr. County, Ky. ] Measurements of corn-field ; 

course from Maxwell's, thence to Bell's, M c - 

12ZZ134,135 Cauley's, George Evans ', and John Pryor's sur- 

veys. A. D. 2 pp. 

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Roe, Richard. Letter to John Machir, Mason County, 
[Ky.] Notifying him that an action has been 
brought against him [Roe] as casual ejector, 
and being informed that he [Machir] claims 
title to land in question; he advises him to ap- 
pear in next court to be held for the Kentucky 
District to be made defendant in his stead. 
Copy. 2 pp. 

1799 S , D . Mason County, Ky. Deposition stating 

July that he delivered a copy of [John Doe's] dec- 

laration of ejectment and notice to John Machir 
12ZZ321 and warned him to appear in court to defend 

his interest. Copy. 1 p. 

1799 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of business letter re- 

Oct. 2 ceived from Robert Wallace of Newark. A. N. 

12ZZ144 1 p. 

1799 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of letter from H. Cooper 

Oct. 5 saying that he had paid $20 to William Clingan 

and $26 to Thomas Sharpe on his account. 
]2ZZ144 A. N. 1 p. 

Clair, Gov. [Arthur]. Excerpts from his speech to 
the assembly [of the Northwest Territory] re- 
specting provisions which the Congress of the 
United States made for schools by the land 
grant in trust to John C. Symmes and his as- 
sociates. 2 pp. Printed: William Henry 
Smith, The St. Clair Papers (Cincinnati, 1882), 
vol. 2, pp. 470, 471. 

1799 Ewing, Young. Statement of account for survey of lands 

Oct. 23- of Bracken Academy in Christian County, Ky. 

Nov. 25 Accompanied by field notes on the surveys. 

12ZZ167,168 Copy. 2 pp. 

1799 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of information obtained 

Dec. 26 from Col. Alexander D. Orr and Graham con- 

cerning lands owned by the North American 
12ZZ143 Land Company on Little Sandy River and Ty- 

gart's Creek. A. N. 1 p. 

1799 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of the receipt of letters 

Dec. from Colonel Henry and Levi Hollingsworth 

12ZZ144 requesting him to choose 15,000 or 20,000 acres 

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of land for them. Said land to be chosen from 
three tracts, one of them containing 138,000 
acres which were surveyed by Alexander D. 
Orr for the North American Land Company 
and by them sold to Nicholson and Morris; a 
second tract of 80,000 acres on Tygart's Creek; 
the third adjoining the first. A. N. 1 p. 

[1799?] Doe, John. Declaration of ejectment complaining against 
Richard Roe for having ejected him from prem- 

12ZZ317 ises which he had leased from Henry Lee for a 

period of twenty-one years, beginning May 1, 
1796, said lands being in Mason County, Ky. 
Copy. 1 p. 

{1799?] Doe, John. Declaration of ejectment to the Federal 
Court of the Kentucky District complaining 

12ZZ319 that Richard Roe ejected him from premises 

which he had leased from William Mackey, 
Alexander Cooper and John Cooper, representa- 
tive of Thomas Cooper, deceased, for a period of 
fifteen years, beginning June 1, 1799, said lands 
being in Mason Co., Ky. ; petition prepared by 
J. Breckinridge. Copy. 2 pp. 

1800 Evans, Walter. Survey book. Notes and surveys in 

Jan. 3- Powell's Valley made for Walter Alves; gives 

Feb. 8 the names of many early settlers, and informa- 

tion on the topography of the country. A. D. S. 

7ZZ45 54 pp. 

1800 Sharpe, Thomas. Field notes of survey of land for 

Apr. George Evans. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ147,148 

1800 [Pinley, John E.] Memorandum relative to judgment 

May 27 and execution in action of Rev. John E. Finley 

vs. Francis Alison in Circuit Court of Chester 

12ZZ156 County, [Pa.] Execution issued July 12, 1800. 

A.N. lp. 

1800 Bracken Academy. Christian County, Ky. List of lands 

June 12 owned by the academy. Surveyed in 1799 and 

12ZZ165 patented June 12, 1800. 1 p. 

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1800 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of expenses of his trip 

July 24 to Chester County, Pa., thence to Capt. James 

12ZZ155 Mackey's in Cecil, Md. A. N. 1 p. 

1800 Bracken County, [Ky.] Plat. Its accuracy certified by 

Oct. 28 Isaac Day. Copy. 2 pp. 

12ZZ264-266 

1800 Machir, John. Notice to the effect that he will apply to 

Dec. 26 Henry InneSj Judge of the Federal Court for the 

Kentucky District, on January 8 next for an 
12ZZ318 injunction to stay proceedings on a judgment 

of ejectment obtained against him. Copy. 1 p, 

1800 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of James Lyle's entry 

of 500 acres of land adjoining William Kennedy 

12ZZ157 on the Ohio, in May, 1780; also 800 acres ad- 

joining Speed's near Stepstone entered in Feb- 
ruary, 1783; Lyle's place of residence. A. N. 

i P . 

[c 1800] Mackey, James. Notice served upon Alexander Cooper 
et ah stating that in accordance with an order 

12ZZ316 of Mason County Court commissioners will meet 

at his house on the 19th. of the following May 
and will proceed to land on Ohio River entered 
by James Speed on May 23, 1780, where they 
will take depositions to perpetuate testimony re- 
specting certain calls of the said entry. Copy. 

ip. 

1800 Mackey, William, A. Cooper, and Thomas Cooper as rep- 

resentative of John Cooper, deceased. Answer 
12ZZ312,313 to bill of injunction exhibited in the Federal 

Court for the Kentucky District by John Machir, 
complainant. Denying that complainant is en- 
titled in equity to land claimed by him and de- 
siring him to give full and complete proof of 
his title under claims of Edmond Bynes and 
William M c Connell; William Bell's claim con- 
veyed to Robert Morris and by him to the de- 
fendants; asked that the complainant's injunc- 
tion be dissolved. Copy. 2 pp. 

1801 Monroe, James. Richmond, Va. Letter to Gen. Joseph 
Apr. 9 Martin, Henry [County, Va.] Instructing the 

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commissioners appointed to settle the Virginia 
15ZZ51 and Tennessee boundary to correspond with the 

executive of Tennessee, or the commissioners 
by him appointed; sends commission and copy 
of the resolution of the general assembly. L. S. 
2 pp. 

1801 [Finley, John E.] Elkton. Memorandum of receipt of 

Oct. 28 letter from Levi Hollingsworth dated Baltimore, 

October 24, requesting him to choose 17,000 

12ZZ163 acres of land out of a tract of 80,406 acres lying 

near Tygart 's Creek. A. N. 1 p. 

1801 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of receipt of letter from 
Dec. 21 John Evans requesting him to settle account 

with "William Mackey and Thomas Sharpe. 
12ZZ166 A. N. 1 p. 

1802 Finley, John E. Field notes of a survey beginning at 
Jan. 28 head of second branch of Tygart and extending 

in a southeastern direction; Bird's survey on 
12ZZ164 Tygart. A. D. 1 p. 

1802 Craig, John, Lewis, and Whitfield. Note for $30 in favor 
Feb. 25 of Walker Reid. Witnessed by Benjamin 

Drake. D. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Craig, Lewis, 
7ZZ47 J. & W. To W. Reid $30. Note. 

1802 [Finley, John E.?] Field notes on surveys made for 

Aug. 18 Thomas Foote. A. N. 1 p. 

12ZZ169 



1802 
Nov. 9 

7ZZ46 

1802 

Nov. 
12ZZ295 

1802 

12ZZ303 

1802 
12ZZ324 



Trotter, John. Letter to Maj. William Croghan, Jeffer- 
son. Volunteering to protect his property from 
injury if provided with power of attorney. 
A. L. S. 1 p. 

Lee & Company, Baltimore. Statement of account 
against Dr. Samuel Brown of Lexington for 
medicine bought of them. Copy. 1 p. 

[Finley, John E.] Form of a deed. A. D. 1 p. 



Gay, James. Directions for curing pork. Copy. 1 p. 
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1803 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of lands owned by 

Mar. 16 Thomas Posey that are for sale or exchange. 

Said lands located at lower end of General 
12ZZ170 Mercer's tract on the Ohio in Henderson County, 

[Ky.] A. N. 1 p. 



1803 C- 

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-. Deposition before Mason County Court 

stating that he delivered to A E a copy 

of a declaration of ejectment and notice and 
warned him to appear and defend his title to 
land in question. Copy. 1 p. 



1803 Kentucky, Circuit Court. 

12ZZ169 1803. 1 p. 



List of judges appointed in 



[c 1803] M c DowelJ, Samuel. Jessamine County, Ky. Deposition in 
lawsuit of Joseph Borden vs. John Bowyer, Rob- 

4ZZ4 ert Harvey et al. Facts concerning the early 

settlement of Borden's grant in Virginia; ad- 
ministration of the estate of Benjamin Borden 
Sr. ; genealogical data pertaining to the Borden, 
Bowyer, and Harvey families. A. D. 8 pp. 

1804 Doddridge, P. Charlestown, [Va.] Letter to Gen. Ben- 

Dec. 4 jamin Biggs, West Liberty, Va. Containing an 

itemized account, of which payment is re- 
1ZZ43 quested. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1804 Forman, Thomas, John Downing, and Robert Backley. 

Report of commissioners appointed by Court 

12ZZ299-301 of Mason County, [Ky.] to value improvements 

on lands whereof John E. Finley and Richard 
Applegate were evicted by a judgment in an 
action wherein Henry Lee was plaintiff and 
William Mackey and Alexander and John 
Cooper were defendants. Copy. 3 pp. 

Dunbar, William. Natchez. Notes on the hot springs on 
the Washita; composition of the water. Copy. 
lp. 

Machir, John. Mason County, Ky. Bond to John E. 
Finley for $600. Copy. 1 p. 

[Finley, John E.] Memorandum concerning Jacob 
Bouldin of Baltimore, the inventor. A. N. 1 p. 



1805 

Feb. 15 
12ZZ175 

1805 

Dec. 2 
12ZZ298 

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Dec. 14 
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1806 Finley, John E. Field notes on survey of lands owned 

Aug. 30 by G. H. Lee, but occupied by Finley. A. N. 

12ZZ165 1 p. 

1806 [Cramer, Zadock.] Ohio Navigator. Excerpt of a table 

of distances from Pittsburgh to Little Kanawha ; 

12ZZ273,277 and from Baccus' Island to Little Miami. 2 pp. 

1808 United States Navy. List of vessels making up the navy. 

Jan. 1 p. 

12ZZ177 

1808 M c Dowell, Samuel. Jessamine County, Ky. Letter to 

July 27 Col. Arthur Campbell, Washington County, Va. 

Giving particulars of battle with Delaware In- 

4ZZ3 dians fought near Peter Sailing's place in west- 

ern Virginia, Dec. 14, 1742, in which his father, 
Capt. John M c Dowell was killed; Col. James 
Patton was then serving as county lieutenant. 
A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Battle with the In- 
dians 1742. 

1808 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving boundary of pur- 
Nov. 10 chase from the Osage Indians in 1808. Peter 

12ZZ189 Chouteau, agent. A. X. 1 p. 

1809 Campbell, Col. Arthur. Lee County. Letter to Allan B. 
June 3 Magruder, Lexington, JLy. Details of battle 

with the Delawares fought in western Virginia 
4ZZ2 near Peter Sailing's place Dec. 14, 1742; Capt. 

John M c Dowell killed; treaty of Lancaster; 
claim of Henderson and Company; incursions 
on Carr's s Creek in 1759 and 1763; Capt. John 
M c Dowell characterized; extension of the fron- 
tier. A. L. S. 3 pp. Note by David Campbell 
transmitting letter to L. C. Draper. Memoran- 
dum by Draper stating that letter was received 
from Governor Campbell Feb. 12, 1843. En- 
dorsed: Battle with the indians in 1742 Capt 
M c Dowell killed. 

1809-10, Almanac. Copy by Rev. John E. Finley. 2 pp. 
1812 

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1810 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum relative to the cultiva- 
Apr. 17 tion of hemp. Cost of transportation to Balti- 

12ZZ331 more by way of "Pitt". 1 p. 

[1810?] United States. Representation in Congress of the various 
states of the United States. Population sta- 
12ZZ190 tistics. 1 p. 

1811 Martin, Thomas. Lancaster County, Pa. Affidavit cer- 
Jan. 31 tifying that Richard Martin, Neal M c Coy, 

Thomas Reese, and himself served in company 
6ZZ29 of Captains John Chatham and Alexander Ham- 

ilton in Northumberland County, [Pa.] re- 
ceived no pay; loss of papers. Sworn before 
John Eberman, Justice of the Peace. Copy. 
1 p. On reverse : List of militia of Northumber- 
land County, Oct. 14, 1778. 

1812 Great Britain, Navy. List of vessels at Halifax Station 
Apr. and names of their commanders. British 

12ZZ191 vessels in Lakes Erie and Ontario. 1 p. 

1812 United States, Navy. List of vessels and names of their 

July 11 commanders. 1 p. 

12ZZ191 



1813 
Jan. 25 

12ZZ334 

1813-14 

Aug. 25- 
Nov. 8 
12ZZ259 

1814 

May 7 
2ZZ54 

1815 

June 11 
1ZZ44 

1815 

Sept. 8- 
12ZZ302 



[Finley, John E,] Memorandum concerning the breed- 
ing of sheep. A. N. 1 p. 

[Finley, John E.] Memorandum concerning his sheep. 
A. N. 1 p. 



Missouri Magazine. Excerpt relative to George Girty's* 
bravery at Battle of Point Pleasant. 1 p. 

Doddridge, P. Latter portion of a letter to Gen. Ben- 
jamin Biggs. About a real estate transaction. 
A. L. S. Endorsed : Mem G 1 Biggs. 

[Finley, John E.] Memorandum concerning sheep. A. N. 
15 1 p. 

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1817 * 'Jones/' List of materials necessary for making a wom- 
Oct. 20 an's saddle. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ255 

1818 Barr, William. Allegheny County, Pa. Pension state- 
Apr. 27 ment. Revolutionary service in Pennsylvania 

line under Capt. Caspar "Whitsell, and in Vir- 
6ZZ129 ginia line under Captains David Scott, Thomas 

Moore, and Uriah Springer successively. Sworn 
before Samuel Roberts. Copy. 2 pp. 

1818 Veingardner, John. Deposition relative to William Barr's 

Apr. 27 application for a pension. Loss by fire of Barr's 

household goods, papers, etc. Sworn before Sam- 
6ZZ129 uel Roberts. Copy. 2 pp. 

1818 Dickerson, Thomas. Washington County, Ohio. Pension 

Apr. 29 statement. Three years' service in Revolution; 

private in Captain Van Swearingen's company of 

6ZZ120 the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment commanded by 

Col. Enos M c Coy ; Col. Daniel Morgan's rifle reg- 
iment ; Gale 's army ; M c Intosh 's campaign north- 
west of the Ohio River. Sworn before John 
Sharp. Copy. 2 pp. 

1818 Mitchell, Nathaniel. Washington County, Ohio. Pension 

Apr. 29 statement. Served three years in Capt. David 

Kilgore's company in the 8th regiment of the 

6ZZ122 Pennsylvania line, commanded by Col. Enos M°- 

Coy. Sworn before John Sharp. Copy. 2 pp. 

1818 Jolly, Henry. Washington County, Ohio. Pension state- 

Apr. 30 ment. Revolutionary service under Col. Daniel 

Morgan; depositions of Thomas Dickerson and 

6ZZ118 Nathaniel Mitchell in regard thereto; endorse- 

ment of L. Barker, Dec. 9, 1818. Sworn before 
John Sharp. Copy. 3 pp. 

1818 Shores, Thomas. Hampshire County, Va. Pension state- 

Aug. 20 ment. Enlisted in 1777 in Capt. George Rice's 

company of the 11th Virginia Regiment which 
6ZZ111 was commanded by Col. Daniel Morgan; served 

three years; at battles of Couchers Bridge and 

Brandywine. Copy. 2 pp. 

1818 Poe, John. Ross County, Ohio. Pension statement. En- 

Sept. 12 listed at Winchester, Va., in 1777 under Captain 

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Bellfield and Colonel Bland; in battles of "the 
6ZZ124 Eutaw", Cowpens, and Buford's defeat; taken 

prisoner at Hotwater, Va., wounded. Certified 
by John Thompson and Humphrey Fullerton. 
Copy. 2 pp. Endorsed: John Poe, Private 77 
to 81 Bland, Virginia Reg*. 

1819 Springer, Jacob. Deposition relative to Revolutionary 

Feb. 8 service of William Barr. Corroborating state- 

ments as given in Barr's declaration for a pen- 

6ZZ129 sion, Apr. 27, 1818. Sworn before Samuel Rob- 

erts. Copy. 2 pp. 



1819 
May 16 

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1819 

June 

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1819-20 
Nov. 18 
Feb. 5 

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Dec. 18 
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1819 

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1ZZ11 



Egan, James, and William Moore. Ross County, Ohio. Af- 
fidavit relative to Revolutionary service of John 
Poe. Poe mustered into Colonel Bland's regi- 
ment at Winchester, Va., in 1777 or 1778 ; served 
about three years; returned to Winchester in 
1781. Sworn before John Thompson. Copy. 
2 pp. 

Point Pleasant, W. Va. A map of the village of Point 
Pleasant as surveyed in June 1819 * * * 
Notes by L. C. Draper. 1 p. Printed : Thwaites 
and Kellogg, Dunmore's War, p. 290. 

[Remsen, Peter A.] Tuscaloosa Falls, [Ala.] Vouchers 
for cotton received from David Burk, Gustavus 
Hendrick, John Thomas, J. Shaw, Drake F. Ran- 
dolph, Rowland Tancrue, M. M. Harris, John 
Wood, James Childress, William Croft, W. 
Triss, Slaughter & Galaspie, A. and Jenkins, and 

■ ■ Sparks. Middlemen: William S. Croft, 

Isaac Coudry, John M. Williams, E. Nash, 

Easton, Adams & Rutherford, Phillips, 

William Stewart, Stillman & McAdo, Law- 
rence & Rutherford. Shipments made to Shef- 
field & Leaven, and T. L. Hallet. A. D. 13 pp. 

Finley, John [E.] Memorandum of his indebtedness to 
William and James Shepherd. A. N. 1 p. 

Doddridge, Joseph. Wellsburg, Va. An elegy on the 
death of his daughter, Eliza M. Doddridge, who 
died January 11, 1819, aged fifteen years. 



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1820 Doddridge, Joseph. Letter to Philip [Doddridge]. Re- 

Feb. 23 flections on the advantages of early rising and 

1ZZ3 the reward of labor. Copy by Draper. 3 pp. 

1820 Galaspie, M. H. Tuscaloosa Falls, [Ala.] Statement of 

May 27 account against Peter A. Eemsen for forty-five 

bales of cotton. Receipted May 29, 1820. D. S. 
1ZZ45 1 p. 

1820 Barr, William. Allegheny County, Pa. Pension state- 

June 17 ment. Details of his Revolutionary service in 

Pennsylvania and Virginia regiments, at battles 

6ZZ129 of Long Island and Trenton; received a pen- 

sion from United States; property schedule. 
Sworn before Richard Walker. Copy. 3 pp. 

1820 Poe, John. Ross County, Ohio. Pension statement. Rev- 
Dec. 21 olutionary service in Captain Hughes 's com- 
pany, commanded by Colonel Bland ; discharged 

6ZZ123 by Colonel Bellfield; in battles of the Cowpens, 

Guilford Court-house, Hotwater, and Buford's 
defeat; placed on pension list June 23, 1819; 
property schedule. Certified by William Steele. 
Copy. Endorsed: John Poe 12,356 2 nd En- 
dorsement: W m . Steele, Esq 1 "- Chilicothe, Ohio. 

[1820] [Stuart, John.] Narrative of Gen. Andrew Lewis' expe- 

dition against the Indians in 1774, and of the 

1ZZ34,35 Battle of Point Pleasant. General Lewis in the 

French and Indian and Revolutionary wars. 
Contemporary copy. 18 pp. On reverse : Mem- 
orandum by N [arcissa] D [oddridge] giving 
source from which manuscript was obtained. 
Partly printed: Magazine of American History, 
Nov. 1877. [See Draper Mss. 2ZZ12,13.] 

1821 Finley, John [E.] Voucher to John Beard for lumber. 
Aug. 18 On Dec. 3, 1822, Beard was charged with thirty- 

12ZZ6 two pounds of salt. A. D. S. 1 p. 

1821-24 [Finley, John E.] Miscellaneous accounts. A. D. 5 pp. 

Oct. 26- 

Feb. 27 
12ZZ196-200 

1823 Lewin, J. Letter to Dr. [Joseph] Doddridge. Criticism 

Aug. 1 of Doddridge's " Logan". A. L. S. 2 pp. 

10ZZ182 

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1824 Doddridge, Joseph. Uniontown, [Pa.] Letter to Mrs. 

Sept. 14 Joseph Doddridge, Wellsburg, Brooke County, 

Va. Incidents of his journey thither; put up 

1ZZ4 with Colonel Brashears while in Brownsville; 

Brashears much concerned about his business 
with Edward Duvall ; interview with Lyon, Du- 
vall 7 s attorney; his itinerary; view of Laurel 
Hill; Rezin's health improved. Copy by Draper. 
4 pp. 

1824 Doddridge, Joseph. Bedford, [Pa.] Letter to Mrs. [Jo- 

Sept. 23 seph] Doddridge, Wellsburg, Va. Tells of an 

accident which happened to them in coming 

1ZZ5 down Chestnut Ridge, his walk to the top of 

Laurel Hill and to St. John's furnace, and men- 
tions his having delivered three sermons in Som- 
erset, and sold a number of books. Copy by 
Draper. 4 pp. 

1824 Doddridge, Joseph. Bedford, [Pa.] Letter to Mrs. [Jo- 

Sept. 24 seph] Doddridge, Wellsburg, Va. Descriptive 

of Bedford ; genealogical data. Copy by Draper. 
1ZZ6 6 pp. 

1824 Doddridge, Joseph. Greensburg, [Pa.] Letter to Mrs. 
Sept. 27 [Joseph] Doddridge, Wellsburg, Brooke County, 

Va. The journey thither from Bedford; hopes 
1ZZ7 to reach Pittsburgh on Wednesday; he and 

Rezin anxious to get home. Copy by Draper. 
3 pp. 

1825 Stuart, Col. John. An account of the Battle of Point 
Jan. 13 Pleasant, the killing of Cornstalk, and attack 

on Donnally 's Fort. Newspaper clipping. 
2ZZ18 4 columns. 

1825 Jolly, Henry. Washington County, Ohio. Pension state- 

Mar. 26 ment. Revolutionary service in Capt. Van 

Swearingen's company of the 8th Regiment of 

*6ZZ116 the Pennsylvania line commanded by Col. 

Aeneas Mackey; and in Col. Daniel Morgan's 
regiment of riflemen ; property schedule. Sworn 
before George Dunlevy. Copy. 4. pp. 

■1825 Jolly, Henry. Washington County, Ohio. Declaration in 

June 9 order to be continued on the pension list under 

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the Act of May 1, 1820. Revolutionary service ; 
6ZZ117 number of pension certificate ; no longer able to 

perform manual labor ; has not diminished prop- 
erty so as to bring himself within provisions of 
Act of March 18, 1819; schedule of property. 
S\* orn before George Dunlevy. Copy. 4 pp. 

[1825?] Russian Spy [probable pseudonym of Joseph Doddridge], 
Letter to Galitzin. His time spent in observa- 

1ZZ37 tion of men and things, having in view the ful- 

fillment of his mission; the qualifications of a 
journalist ; his fitness for the task assigned him. 
Copy. 4 pp. Printed: Chtllicothe Gazette. 
1825-26. 

[1825?] Russian Spy [probable pseudonym of Joseph Doddridge]. 

Letter to Galitzin. On the American's freedom 
1ZZ38 from restraint. Copy. 2 pp. Printed: Ghilli- 

cothe Gazette, 1825-26. 

1826 [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of account against 

May 22 James Stewart for bacon. A. D. 1 p. 

12ZZ6 

[c 1826] Brady, John. North Mahoning Township, Indiana County; 
Pa. Petition to Congress. Prays that a sum of 

6ZZ119 money be granted him in return for his service 

on Pennsylvania frontier as a sergeant in Capt 
William Clark's company of minute-men in 
1792; realized little from his father's estate on 
account of depreciation of Continental money; 
was eighteen years of age at time of his enlist- 
ment ; now seventy-two years old ; a son of 
Samuel Brady, who served during the whole of 
the Revolutionary and Indian wars. Copy^. 
3 pp. Endorsed: John Brady of Mahoning. 

1828 Doddridge, P. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to John C. 

Dec. 16 Wright, Washington, D. C. Information touch- 

ing case of Bank of United States vs. E. Car- 

1ZZ46 neal and others. A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: 

P. Doddridge. 

1832 Claire, . An account of corn received by him. 2 pp. 

Mar. 19- 

June 29 
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1832 Dailey, John. Monroe County, Ohio. Affidavit stating 

June 19 that he and John Bane were in the service of 

Captain Brock in June or July 1791 when Bane 
6ZZ99 was wounded by Indians near Baker's Station 

on the Ohio River; circumstances connected 

therewith. Sworn before John Linn. Copy. 

2 pp. 

1832 Yoho, John. Monroe County, Ohio. Affidavit stating 

June 20 that he was forted at Baker's Station on the 

Ohio River in June or July, 1791 and saw John 

6ZZ100 Bane immediately after he was wounded by In- 

dians; Bane serving under Captain Brock at 
the time. Sworn before John Linn. Copy. 
2 pp. 

1832 Martin, William. Harrison County, Va. Pension state- 

July 20 ment. Revolutionary service under Capt. Ben- 

jamin Biggs and Colonel Gibson; stationed at 

6ZZ48 Fort M c Intosh ; saw burning of Coshocton ; 

wounded by Indians after receiving discharge ; 
resided in Hampshire County, Va. at time of his 
enlistment; reference to Capt. Uriah Springer, 
Captain Brady, Lieut. John Dent, and Lieut. 
Jacob Springer. Copy. 4 pp. 

1832 Stadden, William. Columbia County, [Pa.] Affidavit 

July 31 relative to Revolutionary service of Roger 

Martin. Roger Martin enlisted in company 

6ZZ35 of Capt. John Campleton in 1778 ; drafted from 

said company into a detachment for relief of 
Freeland's Fort which was attacked and burned 
by the Indians; deponent in same detachment. 
Sworn before Rudolph Sechler. Copy. 1 p. 

1832 Baum, Frederick. Mifflin County, Pa. Pension state- 

Aug. 6 ment. Applicant seventy-one or more years of 

age; details of service in Pennsylvania militia 

6ZZ85-91 under Captains Arthur Buchanan, Alexander 

M c Coy, William Lamb, M c Elhattan, and William 
Wilson, 1776-82; substitute for Christopher 
Martin in 1780; stationed at George Sigler's 
house in 1782; born at Reading, Berk's County, 
Pa. Copy. 7 pp. [This statement is signed 
by Livingston Baum.] 

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[1832 M c Cord, James. Mifflin County, Pa. Affidavit relative 

Aug. 6] to Eevolutionary service of Frederick Baum. 

Deponent stationed in summer of 1776 at Hugh 

6ZZ84 Martin's house in Cumberland County, Pa. to 

guard settlement from Indians; other volun- 
teers stationed at Samuel Milliner's near-by; 
does not remember that Baum was among them ; 
he and Baum in Captain M c Elhattan's company 
on expedition to the Big Island. Copy. 1 p. 

[1832 Sigler, Henry. Mifflin County, Pa. Affidavit relative to 

Aug. 6] Revolutionary service of Frederick Baum. 

Deponent born March 27, 1764; has lived within 

6ZZ83 ten miles of Frederick Baum since before the 

Revolutionary War; Baum stationed at his fa- 
ther's house to guard the settlements from In- 
dian incursions during latter part of the Revo- 
lution. Copy. 2 pp. 

1832 Martin, Roger. Columbia County, Pa. Pension state- 

Aug. 7 ment. Service in Northumberland County, Pa. 

in Capt. John Martin 's company of militia ; 

6ZZ36 headquarters at Murray's Fort; enlisted in 1778 

in Capt. John Campleton's company; sent from 
Boone's Fort to relief of Freeland's Fort; de- 
ponent born in Chester County, Pa. in 1754; va- 
rious places of residence. Copy. 3 pp. 

1832 Alexander, Joseph. Ohio County, Va. Affidavit relative 

Aug. 9 to Revolutionary^ service of John Caldwell. 

Deponent seventy-seven years of age ; served 

6ZZ65-67 with Caldwell under Captains Harrod and Wall 

at Grave Creek Fort in 1776, and on Brod- 
head's expedition in 1779; Caldwell's service 
under Captain Mason, 1777-79; at Battle of 
Wheeling. Sworn before Isaac Leffler. Copy. 
3 pp. 

1832 M c Colloch, Abraham. Ohio County, Va. Affidavit rela- 

Aug. 9 tive to Revolutionary service of John Caldwell. 

Deponent served with Caldwell on Brodhead's 
6ZZ67,68 expedition in 1779 ; Caldwell in battle with the 

Indians at Wheeling in September, 1778. 

Sworn before William Hoskins. Copy. 2 pp. 

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1832 Mills, John. Ohio County, Va. Affidavit relative to 

Aug. 9 Revolutionary service of John Caldwell. States 

that he has known Caldwell since 1772; that he 

6ZZ64 lived on frontier of Ohio County during the Rev- 

olution; was in Battle of "Wheeling in Septem- 
ber 1777, and on Brodhead's expedition in 1779. 
Sworn before Isaac Lemer. Copy. 2 pp. 

1832 Caldwell, John. Ohio County, Va. Pension statement. 

Aug. 10 Applicant seventy -nine years of age; served 

in Indian wars on frontier of Virginia, 1776-83 ; 

6ZZ60-63 volunteer under Captains Harrod, "Wall, and 

Samuel Mason ; guard duty at Shepherd ? s, 
Rail's, and "Wheeling forts; on Brodhead's expe- 
dition; minute-man; born in Ireland in 1753; 
son of James Caldwell. Sworn before John M c - 
Colloch, Clerk of County Court. Certified by 
Moses W. Chaplin and William Hoskins, resi- 
dents of Ohio County, Va. Copy. 4 pp. 

6ZZ92 . Another Copy. 4 pp. 

1832 Black, Henry. Adams County, Pa. Pension statement. 

Aug. 16 Born in December, 1752 in Chester County, Pa. ; 

resided in Bedford County, Pa. during Revolu- 

6ZZ16 tionary "War; appointed captain of rangers in 

November, 1777 and ordered to raise a company ; 
companies raised by Capt. Thomas Cluggage and 
Maj. Robert Cluggage at same time; guarded 
frontier from Bald Eagle to Bedford; served in 
militia under Capt. Thomas Orbesin in 1780. 
Sworn before W. M c Clean. Copy. 3 pp. 

6ZZ20 ■ — -. Another copy. 

1832 Baxter, "William. Brooke County, Va. Pension state- 

Aug. 27 ment. Sergeant in Capt. Isaac Cox's company 

of militia in 1776; stationed at Hollidays Cove; 

6ZZ59 enlisted in November, 1776 for three years' 

service in regular army under Capt. David 
Steel of the 13th Virginia Regiment ; John Riley 
served as substitute for part of the time ; on 
Col. David "Williamson's expedition in 1782. 
Copy. 5 pp. 

1832 Bishop, Lawrence. Bullitt County, Ky. Pension state- 

Sept. 17 ment. Served in militia of Bedford County, 



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Pa., 1780-81, under Captains Henry Bush, 
6ZZ39 Thomas Davy, and George Julons; substituted 

for George Bishop, Adam Smith, and John 
Milburn; at one time stationed at Col. Thomas 
Piper *s; again at Abraham Cowalt's; born in 
Bedford County, Pa., May 12, 1763; moved to 
Kentucky in 1793. Copy. 4 pp. 

1832 Shores, Thomas. Hampshire County, Va. Pension state- 

Sept. 24 ment. [Essentially the same as 6ZZ111, except 

that he asks for pension under Act of 1832 in- 

6ZZ112 stead of Act of 1818.] Copy. 1 p. Endorsed: 

Thos Shores. 

1832 Beatty, Hugh. Union County, Pa. Pension statement. 

Sept. 26 Indian service in Pennsylvania in 1777-80; un- 

der command of Capt. Walter Clark in 1777; 

6ZZ14 escorted families in Potter's Port to Kishaco- 

quilles Valley in Mifflin County; born in Ireland 
in 1751. Copy. 4 pp. 

1832 Brooks, Charles. Warren County, Ohio. Pension state- 

Oct. 3 ment. Volunteered from York County for serv- 

ice in Pennsylvania militia under Captain Boyd 

6ZZ40 and Lieutenant Montgomery ; marched to Wood- 

stock Valley, thence to New Jersey where his 
company was dispersed ; he fell into Captain M c - 
Clelland's company in Colonel Chamber's reg- 
iment; winter quarters near Morristown. 
Sworn before J. K. Wilds. Copy. 2 pp. 

1832 Berting, Peter. Tyler County, Va. Pension statement. 

Oct. 10 Volunteer in Virginia militia under Colonel 

Dickinson, Major M c Clanahan, and Capt. John 
6ZZ44 Hopkins, 1777-78; went from Camp Union to 

Point Pleasant, where he witnessed death of 

Cornstalk; joined by Colonel Skillern's troops; 

abandonment of Hand's proposed expedition. 

Copy. 2 pp. 

1832 Brown, William. Pickaway County, Ohio. Pension 

Oct. 22 statement. Served under Maj. Eobert Clug- 

gage and Capt. Thomas Cluggage in Pennsyl- 
6ZZ24 vania line of state troops in 1778; stationed in 

Bedford County to guard frontier settlers from 

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the Indians; assisted in erecting "Lead mine 
Fort". Sworn before L. S. Denny. Copy. 
2 pp. 

1832 Rankin, William. Green County, Tenn. Pension state- 

Oct. 23 ment. Born near Carlisle in Cumberland 

County, Pa., seventy-four years ago; served in 
6ZZ37 campaign against the British and Indians who 

took Freeland's Fort in 1779; can remember 

the name of only one officer, George Dickey. 

Copy." 2 pp. 

1832 Arbogast, Adam. Pocahontas County, Va. Pension 

Nov. 6 statement. Service as an Indian spy in western 

Virginia under Capt. John M c Coy, 1776-78 ; sta- 

6ZZ42 tioned at Bushe's, Nutter's, and Coontz forts at 

various times. Copy. 2 pp. 

1832 Roush, Jonas. Mason County, Va. Pension statement, 

Nov. 6 Entered IT. S. service as a substitute for his 

brother, Henry Roush in 1781; in Captain All's 

6ZZ121 company of Colonel Bird's regiment; trans- 

ferred to Colonel Dark's regiment; at surrender 
of Cornwallis; born at Holman's Fort in Sep- 
tember, 1763 ; lived in Shenandoah County until 
1798. Certified by Michael Roush, Daniel Au- 
miller, George Roush, and Thomas Lewis. Copy. 
4 pp. 

1832 Davidson, Isaac. Johnson County, Ind. Pension state- 

Nov. 12 ment. Applicant eighty-six years of age; re- 

sided in Harrison County, Va. when he volun- 

6ZZ97 teered in Capt. James Booth's company of rang- 

ers, July 1, 1775 ; served six months as Indian 
spy under Maj. Daniel Davidson in 1776; sta- 
tioned at Nutter's Fort in 1777; six months' tour 
under Capt. Christopher Carpenter in 1778. 
Copy. 5 pp. 

1832 Martin, Richard. Lycoming County, Pa. Pension state- 

Dec. 11 ment. Applicant seventy-two years of age ; en- 

listed in spring of 1778 under Capt. John Chat- 

6ZZ25 ham in militia of Northumberland County, Pa., 

commanded by Colonels Samuel Hunter and 
Thomas Hartley ; served as first lieutenant 
throughout the war; scouting parties in eoun- 

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try around Basley's, Freeland's, and Muncy 
forts ; expedition under command of Col. Henry 
Antis. Copy. 3 pp. 

1832 Anderson, Peter. Wood County, Va. Pension statement. 
Dec. 17 Applicant seventy-three years of age; has lived 

in Virginia on the Ohio River and its waters 
6ZZ102-105 since 1772; one month's actual service as a pri- 

vate in Capt. Derrick Hogeland's company in 
1776 or 1777; volunteer militia service under 
Captains "William Sfcott, Timothy Downing, and 
Samuel Tilton. Sworn before Henry L. Pren- 
tiss. Copy. 2 pp. 

[1832] Alexander, Joseph. Ohio County, Va. Affidavit relative 
to Revolutionary service of John Caldwell. 

6ZZ94 Deponent seventy-seven years of age ; served at 

Grave Creek Fort with Caldwell under Captains 
Harrod and Wall in July, 1776, and on Colonel 
Brodhead's campaign against Munsee Indians; 
Caldwell stationed at Wheeling under Capt. 
Samuel Mason in 1777. Sworn before Isaac 
Leffler. Copy. 3 pp. 

[1832] M c Colloch, Abraham. Affidavit relative to Revolutionary 
service of John Caldwell. Deponent and Cald- 

6ZZ95 well on Broadhead's campaign against Munsee 

Indians in 1779; Caldwell at Wheeling fort 
when attacked by Indians in 1777. Sworn be- 
fore William Harkins. Copy. 1 p. 

[1832] Mills, John. Lee County, Va. Affidavit relative to Rev- 
olutionary service of John Caldwell. Caldwejl 

6ZZ93 in Battle of Wheeling in September, 1778 [sic] ; 

on Colonel Brodhead's campaign against the 
Munsee Indians in 1779. Sworn before Isaac 
Leffler. Copy. 1 p. 

1833 Barr, David. Centre County, Pa. Pension statement. 
Jan. 29 Entered service of the United States in Cum- 
berland County, Pa., in April, 1777; George 

6ZZ38 Bell was his captain ; Colonel Buchanan in 

charge of regiment; skirmish with the Indians 
at Bald Eagle's Nest; stationed at Potter's Fort 
to protect settlers in Penn's Valley; captured 

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Shelley, the Tory ; born in Ireland, Aug. 15, 1750. 
Copy. 2 pp. 

1833 Berry, William. St. Louis County, Mo. Pension state- 

Feb. 1 ment. Applicant seventy-seven years of age; 

served in Virginia militia during the Revolution 

6ZZ45 under Captains Alexander Long, M c Clanahan, 

William Smith, and James Bell; expedition to 
Tygart's Valley; M^ntosh's campaign; at bat- 
tles of Point Pleasant, Guilford Court-house, and 
Yorktown; surrender of Cornwallis. Copy. 
4 pp. 

1833 Caldwell, John. Affidavit relative to Revolutionary ser- 

Apr. 22 vice of Samuel M c Clure. Born in 1755 ; has 

known Samuel M c Clure since 1778 ; served with 

6ZZ108 him in Revolutionary army in 1780; knew him 

afterwards in Tennessee and in Illinois ; remem- 
bers hearing of the defeat of M c Clure and his 
party while en route to Kentucky. Copy. 1 p. 

1833 M c Clure, Samuel. Clark County, 111. Pension statement. 

Apr. 22 Born in Augusta County, Va. in 1748; details 

of his Revolutionary service under Captains 

6ZZ108 George Matthews, William Anderson, Thomas 

Smith, and Zaccheus Johnson; his discharges 
lost in moving from North Carolina to Kentucky 
when his party was attacked and defeated at 
Skagg's Creek in 1784. Certified by George 
Snider and James M c Cabe. Copy. 5 pp. 

1833 Haptonstall, Abraham. Gallia County, Ohio. Pension 

Apr. 24 statement. Service in militia of Orange County, 

N. Y., under Captains Thomas Moffett, Seth 

6ZZ126 Marvin, and Francis Smith, 1775-77; twice a 

substitute for Phineas Helms; in battle at Fort 
Montgomery, Oct. 6, 1777; born in Orange 
County, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1761. Certified by Joseph 
W. Ross, Southerly H. Coleman, and Francis 
LeClercy. Copy. 7 pp. Endorsed: Declaration 
of Abraham Haptonstall filed from Gallia 
County Ohio. Endorsed by Draper: Not the 
Kentucky pioneer of that name. L.C. D. 

1833 Baxter, William. Brooke County, Va. Deposition rela- 

Apr. 29 tive to Revolutionary service of George Cox. 

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Three months' service in 1776 as a militia-man 
6ZZ75, 76 at Hollidays Cove; George Cox an ensign in 

same company, under command of Capt. Isaac 
Cox; deponent enlisted in regular army under 
Capt. David Steel in October, 1776. Sworn be- 
fore John Gardner. Copy. 2 pp. 

1833 Cox, George. Brooke County, Va. Pension statement. 

Apr. 29 Applicant eight-four years of age; six months' 

service in 1776 as ensign in Capt. Isaac Cox's 

6ZZ71-74 company of militia; scouting expeditions; loca- 

tion of Hollidays Cove ; depositions of Abraham 
Rodgers, "William Baxter, and Jacob Walker sub- 
mitted. Certified by Jeremiah Browning, James 
W. Miller, and Adam Kuhn. Copy. 4 pp. 

1833 Rodgers, Abraham. Brooke County, Ya. Deposition rel- 

Apr. 29 ative to Revolutionary service of George Cox. 

Deponent served one month in 1776 as a militia- 
6ZZ74, 75 man at Hollidays Cove on the Ohio frontier ; 

met George Cox at said station as an ensign 

under Capt. Isaac Cox. Sworn before John 

Gardner. Copy. 2 pp. 

1833 Walker, Jacob. Brooke County, Ya. Deposition relative 

Apr. 29 to Revolutionary service of George Cox. Has 

known George Cox since 1774 ; saw him serve as 

6ZZ76, 77 ensign in Capt. Isaac Cox's company at Holli- 

days Cove in 1776. Sworn before John Gard- 
ner. Copy. 2 pp. 

1833 Mills, Thomas. Ohio County, Ya. Pension statement. 

May 6 Revolutionary service under Capt. Silas Zane, 

1781-82; wounded in July, 1782 near Wheeling; 

6ZZlc enlisted under Joseph Biggs in 1791; with Cap- 

tain M c Mahon on Owl Creek expedition. Copy. 
2 pp. 

1833 Bradshaw, John. Pocahontas County, Ya. Pension state- 

May 7 ment. "Was a private in company of Capt. John 

Henderson when he became an Indian spy in 

6ZZ41 1776; traversed country between William Laf- 

f erty *s plantation on New River and headwaters 
of Laurel Creek; Cook's Fort a point of de- 
parture; accompanied sometimes by James Ellis, 

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again by Col. Samuel Estill of Kentucky. Copy. 
3 pp. 

1833 Boren, Charles. Pendleton County, Va. Pension state- 

May 8 ment. Applicant seventy-two years of age ; 

served three months in 1777 as a private under 
6ZZ82 Capt. James Parsons; stationed at Wheeling 

under Colonel Shepherd after Foreman's defeat; 

served six months in the Virginia militia in 

1780 or 1781; a part of the time he served under 

Captain Hamilton and Col. Benjamin Harrison ; 

received discharge from Lieut. Joseph Nevill. 

Copy. 4 pp. 

1833 Caldwell, Samuel. Morgan County, 111. Pension state- 

June 21 ment. Applicant sixty-eight years of age; born 

in Baltimore County, Md., in March, 1765; re- 

6ZZ98 sided in Ohio County, Va., when he volunteered 

under Capt. John M c Colloch in April, 1781 ; sta- 
tioned at blockhouse on Ohio River for four 
months ; frequently served in scouting parties on 
the frontier ; in fort at Wheeling when attacked 
by Indians. Copy. 3 pp. 

1833 M c Clure, Samuel. Clark County, 111. Affidavit relative to 

June 21 his Revolutionary service. An estimate of the 

length of his services. Sworn before M. Manly. 
6ZZ108 Copy. 3 pp. 

1833 Guy, James P. Promissory note for $50 in favor of James 

June 26 Ewing. Copy. 1 p. 

12ZZ6 

1833 Ewing, James. Memorandum of the marriage of "William 

June Ellison to Mary Ellison. Copy? 1 p. 

12ZZ203 

1833 M c Call, Thomas. Lewis County, Va. Pension statement. 

July 2 Augusta County militia ordered out in March, 

1782 to repel invasions in Tygart's Valley; de- 

6ZZ58 ponent served six months as orderly sergeant in 

Capt. John M c Kitric ? s company; William Wil- 
son was lieutenant and Thomas Cartrell, ensign. 
Copy. 3 pp. 

[1833 Day Jr., John. Affidavit relative to Revolutionary service 

July 9] of his father, John Day Sr. Lived on Green- 

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brier Kiver until 1785; recollections of his 
6ZZ55-57 father's service in the militia in 1776-77, and 

later as a spy under Captain Cook; attack on 
Donnally's Fort; Hugh M c Keever, John and 
James Bridger, and Henry Baker killed near 
Day's Fort; Mrs. Thomas Drennon also killed. 
Copy. 3 pp. 

1833 Day Sr., John. Jefferson County, Tenn. Pension state- 

July9 ment. Born June 30, 1742 in Buck's County, 

Pa. ; removal to Botetourt County, Va. ; capture 

6ZZ49-54 of the Day family; volunteer under Captain 

Paxton in 1776 ; Indian spy in Botetourt County 
under Captain Cook; ranged about Ellis' and 
Day 's forts ; John and James Bridger killed by 
Indians; attack on Donnally's Fort; received 
ensign's commission, Oct. 11, 1775. Copy. 6 pp. 

1833 Anderson, Peter. Affidavit relative to his Revolutionary 

July 16 service. An estimate of the length of his ser- 

vice in the Virginia militia ,under Colonels David 

6ZZ106, 107 Shepherd and "Williamson, and Captains D. 

Hogeland, "William Scott, Timothy Downing, and 
Samuel Titus. Sworn before Henry L. Prentiss. 
Copy. 2 pp. Endorsed : Peter Anderson. 

1833 Kennerly, William. Augusta County, Va. Pension state- 

Jtjly 22 ment. Deponent eighty-one years of age; born 

in Culpeper County, Va. ; served in militia of 

2ZZ52 Augusta County in 1774, 1778, and 1781 under 

Capt. George Matthews, Col. Sampson Matthews, 
and Capt. "William Bowyer respectively. Certi- 
fied by James Kobertson, William Patrick, Rob- 
ert Porterfield, William Kinney, and George 
Barnhart. Copy. 6 pp. 

1833 Herbert, Josiah. Campbell County, Ky. Pension state- 

Aug. 26 ment. Applicant seventy-eight years of age ; en- 

listed in Loudoun County, Va. ; three years and 

6ZZ81 six months' service during the Revolution; a 

part of the time he served under Captains Lane, 
Lewis, and Rice; marched to relief of fort at 
Wheeling under Captain Springer ; born in Hunt- 
erdon County, N. J. in August, 1755; moved to 
Kentucky hi 1796. Sworn before John N. Talia- 
ferro. Copy. 4 pp. 

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1833 Kennerly, William. Augusta County, Va. Deposition as 
Sept. 13 to the length of his Revolutionary service. Sworn 

2ZZ52 before John Porterfield. Copy. 2 pp. 

1834 Catron, Peter. "Wayne County, Ky. Pension statement. 
Jan. 22 Three times a volunteer from Montgomery 

County, Va. for service in the militia, 1776~77; 
6ZZ46 under Captains Walter Crockett and John Ste- 

phens ; Cherokee incursions in the Holston coun- 
try; Capt. J. Martin's company of rangers in 
Powell's Valley; treaty of Long Island; born in 
1754 ; son of Stuffle Catron. Copy. 4 pp. 

1834 Castle, Bazle. Lawrence County, Ky. Pension statement. 

Feb. 2 Indian spy in western Virginia in 1779-80 ; under 

Colonel Preston, Captain Lewis and Lieutenant 

6ZZ43 Robinson; volunteer in Virginia militia in 1781 

under Colonel Sayers, Captain Newell, and Lieu- 
tenant M c Gavock ; at battles of Reedy Fork, and 
Guilford, and in skirmish at Whitsell's Mills; his 
father, Jacob Castle at Battle of King's Moun- 
tain. Copy. 4 pp. 

1834 Martin, Richard. Lycoming County, Pa. Pension state- 

May 6 ment. [Essentially the same as 6ZZ25, but in 

6ZZ26 greater detail.] Copy. 5 pp. 

1834 Cameron, Alexander. Mifflin County, Pa. Pension state- 

June 3 ment. Drafted for service in Capt. William Wil- 

son's company in 1777; was one of the inhabi- 

6ZZ15 tants of Kishacoquilles Valley, Pa., who served 

a part of each year, 1778-81, in guarding frontier 
from Indian incursions ; stationed at Potter's and 
Watson's forts; on expedition with Captain Boal 
and Col. Alexander Brown. Copy. 3 pp. 

[c 1834] Casber, Jonathan. Washington County, Pa. Pension 

June 30 statement. Drafted in 1776 in Sussex County, 

N. J. for tours under Captains Samuel Kirkendall 

6ZZ47 and William Nice; removal to Chambersburg, 

Pa., thence to Cox's Fort, Yohogania County, 
Va. ; service under Capt. Zadock Wright and 
Colonel Beeler; M c Intosh's campaign, 1778; 
Brodhead's expedition, 1781; Capt. James Ogle. 
Copy. 4 pp. 

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[c 1834 M c Dermott, Joseph. Allegheny County, Pa. Affidavit rel- 

June 30] ative to Revolutionary service of Jonathan Cas- 

ber. Deponent was a Revolutionary soldier and 

6ZZ47 served with Jonathan Casber; drafted under 

Capt. Zadock Wright in May, 1778; on Mcin- 
tosh's campaign; volunteered under Capt. Joseph 
Ogle in April, 1781 ; Brodhead's expedition. 
Copy. 2 pp. 

1834 Martin, "William. Statement of Revolutionary service. 

July 8 Drafted in Hampshire County, Va. ; marched un- 

der Captain Ashby to Fort Pitt where he joined 

6ZZ48 main army under General Brodhead ; service un- 

der Capt. Benjamin Biggs at Fort M c Intosh; pre- 
vious declaration written by Col. Joseph John- 
son. Witnessed by Nathan Goff. Copy. 2 pp. 

[1834 Martin, William. Bedford County, Tenn. Pension state- 

Sept. 2] ment. Born in Albemarle County, Va. ; served 

at various times during the Revolution under 

6ZZ33 Capt. Samuel Cavil, Colonel Lynch, and Capt. 

Thomas Arthur, Captains Jesse Hurd and Jere- 
miah Early; Battle of King's Mountain fought 
before his arrival; at Battle of Yorktown and 
surrender of Cornwallis. Copy. 2 pp. 

1834 Martin, William. Bedford County, Tenn. Pension state- 

Oct. 4 ment supplementary to that of Sept. 2, 1834. In 

battles of Trenton, Princeton, Brandywine, Ger- 
6ZZ34 mantown, and Monmouth Court-house; win- 

tered at Valley Forge, 1777-78. Copy. 2 pp. 

1834 Snodgrass, Col. William. Abingdon, Washington County, 

Oct. 8 Va. Affidavit relative to his Revolutionary ser- 

vice under Col. William Edmondson and his 

3ZZ24 brother, Robert Edmondson; was at Battle of 

Long Island on Holston, on Chickamauga cam- 
paign, and at Battle of King 's Mountain. 
Sworn before Robert E. Cummings. D. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed: Col. Snodgrasses affedavit. 

1834 Keys, James. Washington County, Va. Deposition rel- 

D EC , 15 ative to Revolutionary service of Robert Ed- 

mondson. Served with him at Battle of Long 

3ZZ43 Island in Capt. James Thompson's company in 

July, 1776; in Capt. William Edmondson 's com- 

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pany on Col. William Christian's expedition 
against the Cherokee ; lieutenant in Capt. Aaron 
Lewis' company; at Battle of King's Mountain. 
Sworn before William Buchanan. D. S. 1 p. 

1834 Keys, James. Washington County, Va. Deposition rel- 
Dec. 15 ative to Kevolutionary service of Col. William 

Edmondson. Served as captain on expeditions 
3ZZ43 against the Cherokee in 1776 and 1777; captain 

under Col. William Campbell on a tour against 
the Tories in Grayson and Ash counties, N. C. 
in 1778; major at Battle of King's Mountain. 
Sworn before William Buchanan. D. S. 1 p. 
Endorsed : James Keys — Statements. 

[1834?] Hamilton, Eobert. Lycoming County, Pa. Affidavit rel- 
ative to Revolutionary service of Richard Mar- 

6ZZ27 tin. [Corroborating facts as related in Martin's 

pension statement.] Copy. 3 pp. 

1835 Rogers, Abraham. Article entitled: " Attack on Wheel- 
Mar. ing Fort in the year 1777." Location of the 

fort; Col. David Shepherd warned by Captain 
4ZZ18 Ogle of the approach of the Indians; the enemy 

commanded by Simon Girty; numbers; the can- 
non incident; assistance rendered by Mrs. Ebene- 
zer Zane. Magazine clipping from Southern 
Literary Messenger. 1 p. On reverse : Memo- 
randum by L. C. Draper. 

1835 Singleton, W. G-. Special agent for the Pension Office for 

July 4 Investigation. Report relative to Revolutionary 

service of John Caldwell. Statement of Cald- 

6ZZ96 well's Revolutionary service, essentially the 

same as given in his declaration of Aug. 10, 1832. 
Appended is a note on Caldwell's physical con- 
dition, his financial circumstances, and family. 
Copy. 4 pp. 

1835 Cox, George. Brooke County, Va. Pension statement. 

July 8 Applicant eighty-six years of age ; native of 

Hampshire County, Va. ; settled on the Ohio 

6ZZ78-80 River in 1772 or 1773 ; married in 1775 and pro- 

cured estate by settlement right; service as en- 
sign in Capt. Isaac Cox's company in 1776; de- 

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tails of said service. Witnessed by W. M c Laney.. 
Copy. 3 pp. 

[c 1835] Barr, Samuel. Washington County, Pa. Pension state- 
ment. Born in Ireland, Jan. 24, 1754; settled in 

6ZZ69 Lancaster County, Pa. in 1772; moved to West- 

moreland County in 1779; served in militia of 
Lancaster and Westmoreland counties, 1777-82, 
under Captains James Clark, M c Clure, Hugh 
Mitchell, and Nathaniel Points respectively; at- 
tack on Garret Pendergrass* Station; scouting 
on Pucketty Creek. Copy. 4 pp. 

[c 1835] Barr, Samuel. Washington County, Pa. Amendment to 
his pension statement. Details of his service in 

6ZZ70 militia of Westmoreland County, Pa. under Capt. 

Hugh Mitchell of Col. Jeremiah Stokeley's reg- 
iment, Lieut. Charles Mitchell, and Capt. Na- 
thaniel Points, 1779-82 ; at Pucketty Creek with 
Capt. Charles Carroll's company; depredations 
on frontier of Westmoreland County. Copy. 
5 pp. 

1837 Tipton, Thomas. Petition of his neighbors to J. L. Ed- 

Jan. 9 wards, Commissioner of Pension Office, asking 

favorable consideration of Tipton's application 

6ZZ127 for a pension. Statement of his Revolutionary 

service. Copy. 3 pp. Endorsed: Tho s Tipton. 

1837 Butler, Mann. Louisville, Ky. Article entitled: Indian 
Apr. Attack upon Wheeling in 1777. Wheeling, Red- 
stone, Point Pleasant, and Fort Pitt, the prin- 

4ZZ21 cipal fortifications of the western country; Si- 

mon Girty in command of the body of 389 In- 
dians that attacked Wheeling; the burning of 
the town ; retreat of the Indians ; arrival of Col. 
Andrew Swearingen, Captain Beldenback, Wil- 
liam Brashears, and Major M c Colloch with rein- 
forcements. Magazine clipping from Western 
Messenger. 5 pp. 

1838 Tipton, Thomas. Champaign County, Ohio. Pension 
Mar. 9 statement. One hundred years of age; lived in 

Fairfax County, Va., when he volunteered in 

6ZZ128 1776 for service in the Revolution; at siege of 

York as sergeant in Capt. John Galloway's com- 

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pany; surrender of Cornwallis; gives names of 
Charles Wilson, Reuben Clark, John Wall, Asa- 
hel Wilkison, Thomas and John Daniel as ref- 
erences. Sworn before John Taylor. Copy. 
2 pp. 

1838 Southern Literary Messenger. Extract giving pioneer 
May reminiscences of "A Traveler' 7 . Rescue of 

Thomas Hart's daughter from the Indians ; Corn- 
2ZZ53 stalk at the Battle of Point Pleasant. Magazine 

clipping. 1 p. 

1839 Southern Literary Messenger. Article entitled: "Siege 
May of Fort Wheeling." The cannon incident. Mag- 

4ZZ20 azine clipping. 2 pp. 

1839 Callanhan, George. Article entitled: "Foreman's Defeat, 
Dec. 13 Sept. 1777." Capt. [William] Foreman and his 

company of men from Hampshire County, Va. 
-i-ZZll defeated by Indians at the Narrows of the Ohio 

while scouting in vicinity of Wheeling Station in 
1777 ; his refusal to heed warning of Col. William 
Lynn. Excerpt from Western Christian Advo- 
cate^ 2 pp. 

1840 Preston, William C. Washington, D. C. Letter to 
Feb. 10 Lyman C. Draper. Biographical notes on Col. 

William Preston, Col. William Campbell, Arthur 
8ZZ1 Campbell, and Evan and Isaac Shelby. A. L. S. 

5 pp. Endorsed : Col. W m . Preston the 

Campbells & Shelbies, &c 10 th July, 1840. 

From Hon. W. C. Preston. 

1840 Lewis Jr., A[ndrew]. Letter to S. L. Campbell. Convey- 

Apr. 25 ing his recollections of the expedition of 1774 

and the Battle of Point Pleasant; thinks Dun- 

2ZZ14 more intended to cut off General Lewis' di- 

vision from the main army ; ignorance of a flank 
movement by Shelby; no treaty made until the 
following spring. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1840 Hamilton, Thomas. Lycoming County, Pa. Affidavit 

Sept. 8 relative to Revolutionary service of Thomas Mar- 

tin. Deponent fled to Northumberland, Pa., 
6ZZ31 after the massacre of Wyoming in 1778 ; his fa- 

ther, Captain Hamilton, and Capt. John Chatham 

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ordered by Colonels Hartley and Hunter to en- 
roll citizens of Northumberland to fortify the 
town; Thomas Martin among those enrolled; 
guarded the fort, kept sentry, and scouted the 
country until 1783 ; his wife, Mary, still living. 
Copy. 2 pp. 

[1840] L[ewis Jr.], A[ndrew]. Letter to S. L. Campbell, Lexing- 
ton, Eockbridge County, [Va.] In response to 

2ZZ15 inquiries concerning Battle of Point Pleasant; 

General Lewis' treaty with the Indians; murder 
of Cornstalk. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1841 Cocke, Gen. Stephen. Columbus, Miss. Letter to Ly- 

Mar. 14 man C. Draper. Promising information concern- 

ing the private and public life of his father, Col. 
6ZZ13a William Cocke. A. L.- S. 1 p. Endorsed : Col. 

W m . Cocke From Gen. S. Cocke 14 th March '41. 

1841 Hamilton, Robert. Lycoming County, Pa. Affidavit rela- 
May 31 tive to Revolutionary service of Thomas Martin. 

Supplementary to affidavit of Sept. 8, 1840; de- 
6ZZ32 ponent served in Captain Hamilton's company, 

while Martin served under Capt. John Chatham ; 
both allowed $200 each for their services by State 
of Pennsylvania; Captain Hamilton killed in 
1781. Sworn before James Lauden. Copy. 2 pp. 

1842 Wilson, J. C. F. Florence, Ala. Letter to C. I. Fleming, 
Jan. 9 Midway, Ky. Giving extract from the autobiog- 
raphy of his grandfather [William Fleming] 

2ZZ89 concerning his ancestry and early life. A. L. S. 

3 pp. 

1842 Martin, Col. William. Dixon's Springs, Smith County, 

June 1 Tenn. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Pontotoc, 

Miss. Biographical sketch of his father, Gen. 

8ZZ2 Joseph Martin; Powell's Valley settlement. 

A. L. S. 15 pp. Endorsed : Sketch of Gen. Jo s - 
Martin From Col . W m . Martin, June 1 st . 1842. 

1842 Duncan, Edwin S. Peel Tree, Harrison County, Va. Let- 

June 20 ter to Lyman C. Draper. Will endeavor to pro- 

cure for him a copy of Doctor Doddridge's book; 
8ZZ3 disappointed in Chronicles of Border Warfare by 

Alexander Withers; a history of the pioneers of 

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the west should include the Indians; Doctor Hil- 
dreth's forthcoming book. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: From Hon. Edwin S. Duncan, Clarks- 
burg Harrison Co. Va. 20 th June, 1842. 

1843 Cummings, James L. Clinton, [Tenn.] Letter to David 

Feb. 5 Campbell, Abingdon, [Va.] Reminiscences of 

the Battle of Long Island Flats as related to him 

3ZZ45 by his grandfather, [Col. Robert] Campbell; 

Captains James Thompson ,and John Campbell, 
Major Morrison and Robert Edmondson in the 
battle; William Cocke not there. A. L. S. 
3 pp. 

1843 Campbell, Gov. David. Montcalm, [Va.] Letter to Ly- 

Feb. 13 man C. Draper, Buffalo, N. Y. Encloses letter 

of James L. Cummings, grandson of Col. Robert 

3ZZ26 Campbell, who was in Battle of Long Island 

Flats; comments on statements made by Cum- 
mings about the battle; the execution of Hop- 
kins ; Col. Arthur Campbell on Holston in 1773 ; 
knows nothing of his being in Powell's Valley. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : The Island Flat bat- 
tle — the Hopkins affair — Col. Art. Campbell's 
letters— From Gov. Campbell 13 th . Feb. 1843. 

1843 Ramsey, Mrs. Eliza. Dogwood, Ga. Letter to Lyman* C. 

Feb. 22 Draper, Buffalo, N. Y. Giving biographical 

sketches of her father, Dr. William Fleming, and 
8ZZ4 her maternal uncle, Col. William Christian ; notes 

on General Lewis. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: 

Col. W m . F. Fleming, W m . Christian & Gen. Lewis. 

From M rs . E. Ramsey, 22 d Feb. '43. 

1843 Campbell, Gov. David. Montcalm, [Va.] Letter to Ly- 

Mar. 13 man C. Draper, Buffalo, N. Y. Cornelius Car- 

mack's presence at Battle of Long Island Flats 

3ZZ27 doubtful; extracts from letter of James Camp- 

bell about the battle ; suggests that papers of Dr. 
Thomas Walker and William Preston would fur- 
nish information, and calls attention to Peter 
Force's collection of official papers. A. L. S. 
4 pp. Endorsed: From Gov. Campbell, March 
13, 1843. 

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1843 Campbell, Gov. David. Montcalm, [Va.] Letter to Ly- 

May 8 man C. Draper, Buffalo, N. Y. Criticism of 

Judge Haywood's account of Battle of Long 

3ZZ28 Island Plats in his History of Tennessee; the 

accounts given by Colonels Martin and Chris- 
tian equally unsatisfactory; Robert Edmondson 
killed at Battle of King's Mountain in 1780. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : Island Flat Battle. 
From Gov. Campbell, 8 th May '43. 

1843 Snodgrass, Col. William. Letter to Gen. David Campbell, 

May 22 Abingdon, Va. His father's settlement in wes- 

tern Virginia in 1771 ; recollections of wars with 

3ZZ25 the Indians; incidents of Battle of Long Island 

Flats as related to him by Robert Edmondson, 
William King, and Henry Spaw [?] participants. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Col W m Snodgrass 
22 d May 1843. Long Island battle. . . 

1843 Campbell, Gov. David. Montcalm, [Va.] Letter to Ly- 

Jtjne 8 man C. Draper, Pontotoc, Miss. Criticism of ac- 

counts of Battle of Long Island Flats as given by 

3ZZ29 Col. George Christian and Colonel Sharp ; igno- 

rance shown about the officers; John Campbell's 
company from the neighborhood of the Royal 
Oak; Colonel Sharp in Battle of King's Moun- 
tain ; letter received from Col. William Snodgrass 
about the battle. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: 
Island Flat Battle. From Gov. Campbell 8 th . 
June '43. 

1843 Campbell, Gov. David. Montcalm, [Va.] Letter to Ly- 

June 12 man C. Draper, Pontotoc, Miss. Further criti- 

cism of Judge Haywood's account of Battle of 

3ZZ30 Long Island Flats as given in his History of Ten- 

nessee. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : Island Flat 
Battle. From Gov. Campbell 12 th June '43. 

1843 Posey, John. Henderson, Ky. Letter to Lyman C. 

Dec. 27 Draper, Baltimore, Md. Concerning Battle of 

Point Pleasant in which his father was engaged ; 
2ZZ16 good conduct of General Lewis; Maj. William 

Bailey Smith and Col. Hugh M c Gary living in 

Henderson at the time of his settlement there ; 

Smith characterized. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : 

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Point Pleasant— Maj. W m B. Smith & Col. Hugh 
M c 6ary. From Gen. John Posey 27 th . Dee. '44. 

[1843?] [Campbell, David.] List of military commissions held by 
William Edmondson, 1760-83. A. D. 1 p. En- 

3ZZ42 dorsed : Memo of military corns held by Col. W m 

Edmondson. 

1844 Draper, Lyman C. Map of the junction of the Ohio and 

Nov. Great Kanawha rivers. 1 p. Endorsed : Rough 

Plat of Point Pleasant. Nov. 1844. By L. C. 
2ZZ55 Draper as taken on the spot. 

1844 Draper, Lyman C. Extract from his letter to James A. 

Dec. 12 Lewis, Kanawha, C. H., Va. Discrediting state- 

ment made by [Hugh Paul] Taylor, Alexander 

8ZZ5 Withers and others to the effect that Capt. Sam- 

uel Lewis commanded a company of Augusta 
troops at Braddock's defeat, and that five of 
Captain Lewis' brothers were members of the 

company Andrew, Charles, William, John. 

and Thomas j suggested that Col. James Grant's 
defeat has been confounded with Braddock's. 
A. N. S. 3 pp. Endorsed: Strictures — And w , 
Lewis vs. Braddock's defeat. 

1844 Lewis, Gen. S. H. Lewiston. Letter to Lyman C. Dra- 
Dec. 17 per, Baltimore, Md. Quotes portion of letter 

from Col. William Preston, dated Sept. 29, 1781, 
8ZZ6 which establishes date of the death of Gen. An- 

drew Lewis; unable to say whether or not Gen- 
eral Lewis was in battle at Braddock's defeat; 
loss of his grandfather's [Thomas Lewis] papers. 
A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Gen. S. H. Lewis — 
17 th . Dec. '44. Death of Gen. And w . Lewis. 

1845 Draper, Lyman C. Baltimore, Md. Note giving source 
Feb. 4 from which he obtained Col. William Fleming's 

journal of his trip to Kentucky, Jan. 4 to Apr, 

2ZZ69 22, 1783, when he was commissioner of Virginia 

to settle accounts in that country. A. N. S. 1 p. 

1845 Stuart, Charles A. Washington, D. C. Letter to Lyman 

Feb. 4 C. Draper, Baltimore, Md. General Matthews' 

account of the Crooked Creek movement ; refer- 

8ZZ7 enee to Gen. Sydney S. Baxter for material 

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about his grandfather, Col. William Fleming; 
notes on the Lewis family; Col. Andrew Lewis 
characterized; Battle of Point Pleasant; dates 
of birth and death of his father [Col. John 
Stuart] ; death of H. P. Taylor in 1830 or 1831 ; 
A. Lewis held a grant of land in reward for serv- 
ice in War of 1754. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed : 
Ch. A. Stuart— 4 th Feb. 45. 

1845 Tucker, H. S. 6. University of Virginia. Letter to Ly- 

Feb. 22 man C. Draper, Baltimore, [Md.] Unable to 

furnish information about Gen. [Adam] Ste- 
8ZZ8 phen. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Hon. H. S. G. 

Tucker 22* Feb. 45. Gen. Adam Stephen. 

1845 Francisco, Charles L. Warm Springs, [Va.] Letter to 

Feb. 25 Lyman C. Draper, Baltimore, [Md.] Refers to 

Col. John Stuart's history of early settlement of 

8ZZ9 western Virginia ; military services of Col. 

Charles Cameron, in Capt. John Dickinson's 
company at Battle of Point Pleasant; his 
brother George Cameron, half-brother, Capt. 
John Murray, and brother-in-law, Col. Charles 
Lewis killed in the engagement. A. L. S. 3 pp. 
Endorsed : Ch s . L. Francisco. 25 th Feb. '45. 

1845 Brown, Capt. Oliver. Wellsburg, Brooke County, Va. 

Feb. Memorandum of Revolutionary service. Four 

years' actual service in artillery of the Massa- 

9ZZ116-118 chusetts line; at battles of Lexington, Bunker 

Hill, Harlem Heights, White Plains, Trenton, 
Princeton, Brandywine, and Monmouth; settle- 
ment in Wellsburg in 1790; militia service. Copy 
by Draper. 3 pp. 

1845 Lee, C. C. Moorefield, Va. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

Mar. 28 Baltimore, Md. Colonel Pickens' memoir in- 

accessible at present ; Rev. William Foote living 

8ZZ10 in Richmond; refers to Stephen Dandridge for 

information about Gen. Adam Stephen; sug- 
gestions in regard to Draper's proposed book. 
A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : Hon. C. C. Lee— 28 th 
March, '45. 

1845 Lewis, Maj. Charles H. Stanton, Va. Letter to Lyman 

Apr. 7 C. Draper, Baltimore, Md. Apologizes for seem- 

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ing neglect ; will take pleasure in furnishing any 
8ZZ11 materials within his reach. A. L. S. 2 pp. On 

reverse : Memorandum by Lyman C. Draper, 
April 12, 1845. Endorsed: Maj. Ch. H. Lewis, 
7 th April '45. 

1845 Alexander, A. Princeton. Letter to Lyman C. Draper. 

Apr. 22 Genealogy of the Alexander family; sketch of 

his grandfather, Archibald Alexander, who set- 

8ZZ12 tied in Augusta County, Va.; the Scotch-Irish 

Presbyterians in Virginia; John Brown, Craig, 
and Cummings were the first preachers in Rock- 
bridge and Augusta counties; first settlers in 
Lexington and vicinity; description of a sol- 
dier's costume. A. L. S. 4 pp. Pour pages 
missing. 

1845 Christian, Col. George. Overton County, [Tenn.] Let- 

May 6 ter to Lyman C. Draper, Baltimore County, Md. 

Additional information about Long Island Flat 

3ZZ32 battle; Martin's campaign; Captain Fayne's de- 

feat; Sevier's Chilhowee expedition and subse- 
quent campaign in 1788; St. Clair's campaign; 
Hightower campaign; Coyatee expedition com- 
manded by Maj. John Beard; military career 
of Gen. George Rutledge and Col. George Mof- 
fett; genealogy of the Christian family; the 
Harpes ; John Campbell in command of a com- 
pany at the Long Island Flat battle. A. L. S. 
9 pp. Endorsed: Col. Geo: Christian 6 th May. 
1845. 

1845 Trimblte, John A. Hillsborough, Ohio. Letter to Lyman 

June 20 C. Draper, Baltimore, Md. Col. George Moffett 

and his descendants ; descendants of Mrs. Estill ; 

8ZZ13 captivity of his father, James Trimble; incident 

related by Mrs. Mills concerning the Indian 
wife of John Mofflett. A. L. S. 5 pp. En- 
dorsed: John A. Trimble June 20 th . 1845. 

1845 M c Clanahan, Col. E. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Balti- 

July 11 more, [Md.] Dates of birth and death of Gen. 

A. Lewis, and of his son, Col. A. Lewis. A. L. S. 

8ZZ14 1 p. Endorsed: Col. E. M c Clanahan, July 11 th 

1845. 

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1845 Arbuckle, Charles. Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, Va. 

Aug. 15 Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Baltimore, [Md.] 

Biographical data concerning his father, Capt. 
8ZZ15 Matthew Arbuckle, who was in Battle of Point 

Pleasant, and later in command at Fort Kan- 

dolph ; Jacob Lockhart killed by Indians ; 

Thomas Lewis saved by his friend, John Hollis ; 

Thomas Griffith killed in 1788. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

Endorsed: Ch s . Arbuckle 15 th Aug. '45. 

1845 [Draper, Lyman C] Baltimore, [Md.] Letter to Col. 

Aug. 21 William Martin, Dixon's Springs, Tenn. Con- 

cerning Rogan and Mansco; Capt. John Black- 

3ZZ33 more's emigration to the country with Donel- 

son; promised sketch of Maj. John Buchanan; 
material relating to the Franklin organization 
and Long Island Plat battle found in files of 
National Intelligencer; pensions for old Indian 
fighters; trip in search of historical material; 
date of Colonel Weakley's death. A. L. 5 pp. 

1845 Estill, B[enjamin]. Jonesville, Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

Aug. 21 Draper, Baltimore, Md. Eefers to Capt. An- 

drew Edmondson and Col. Robert B. Edmond- 

8ZZ17 son for information about William Edmondson ; 

his step-father, Samuel Edmondson, was a 
brother of William; both in Battle of King's 
Mountain; notes on his father's family; captiv- 
ity of his mother and her half-brother, James 
Trimble; Col. Patrick Lockhart in rescuing 
party. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Hon. Benj n . 
Estill— 21 st Aug. 1845. 

1845 Campbell, Gov. David. Abingdon, Va. Letter to [Ly- 

Aug. 22 man C. Draper], Capt. [James] Shelby in Bat- 

tle of Long Island Flats in July, 1776 ; probable 

3ZZ34 that Captains William Buchanan and Thomas 

Madison served as volunteers. A. L. S. 3 pp. 
Endorsed : Gov. D. Campbell, . . . Aug. 22 d 
1845. Islan d Flat Battle. 

[1845 Stuart, Charles A. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Balti- 

Aug. 26] more, Md. Notes on Gen. Andrew Lewis and 

Col. Charles Lewis, Col. John Stuart and the 

SZZ16 Battle of Point Pleasant, John Frogg, Capt. 

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Matthew Arbuckle, and the Thomas Lewis — 
John Hollis incident; Preston manuscripts in 
possession of Governor M c Dowell. A. L. S. 
5 pp. Endorsed : Ch s . A. Stuart Aug. 26 th . 1845. 

1845 Lewis, Maj. Charles H. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to [Ly- 

Aitg. 31 man C. Draper]. Gives copy of song* commem- 

orating Battle of Point Pleasant found on cover 

8ZZ18 of his grandmother's Bible; criticism of Howe's 

statements regarding the Lewis family in his 
Historical Collections of Virginia, A. L. S. 4 pp. 
Endorsed: Maj. C. H. Lewis— Aug. 31 st . '45. 

1845 M c Dowell, Gov. James. Richmond, [Va.] Letter to Lyman 

Sept. 19 C. Draper, Lexington, Ky. As to the where- 

abouts of Col. William Preston's papers; has 

8ZZ19 little knowledge of his great grandfather, Capt. 

John M c Dowell. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Gov. 
Ja s . M c Dowell, Sept. 19 th - 1845. 

1845 Christian, Col. George. Overton County, [Tenn.] Letter 

Sept. 23 to [Lyman C. Draper]. Concerning the Long 

Island Flat battle ; campaigns of Christian, Gen. 

3ZZ31 Evan Shelby, and Martin; Sevier's Chilhowee 

expedition and campaign of 1793; Dragging 
Canoe at treaty of 1777 ; Col. John Crawford ; 
Capt. John Beard; Gillespie's or the Burnt Sta- 
tion. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Col . Geo: 
Christian— Sept. 23 d 45. 

1845 Stuart, Charles A. Greenbrier, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. 

Sept. 30 Draper, Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Erskine's captiv- 

ity; excerpt from the Southwestern Christian 

8ZZ20 Advocate, May 9, 1845, of an account of Estill's 

defeat in Kentucky; anecdote told of Mrs. Mof- 
fett, wife of Col. George Moffett; death of Corn- 
stalk. A. L. S. 4 pp. Endorsed: Ch s . A. 
Stuart, Sept. 30 th . 1845. 

1845 Lewis, Gen. S. H. Lewiston. Letter to Lyman C. Draper. 

Oct. 29 Baltimore, Md. His uncle, Thomas Lewis, thinks 

Gen. Andrew Lewis was at Braddock's defeat; 

8ZZ21 death of his grandfather, Thomas Lewis, Jan. 31, 

1790; notes on John Lewis and Col. Charles 
Simms; references for information about Gen. 

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Andrew Moore and Col. William Herring. A. L. 
S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Gen. S. H. Lewis, Oct. 29 th . 
1845. 

[1845 [Harrison, Dr. Peachy.] Letter to Gen. Samuel Lewis, 

Oct.] South River. Biographical sketch of Benjamin 

Harrison; commendation of Col. C. Lewis and 

8ZZ68 Captain Arbuckle; M c Intosh's campaign; rising 

of Tories in Hardy County under General Clay- 
pole; Colonel Harrison's Eevolutionary service; 
Major Rogan, Lieut. William Herring under his 
command. A. L. 4 pp. On reverse : Notice of 
Dr. Peachy Harrison's death copied by Draper 
from the Baltimore Sun, May 3, 1848. Memo- 
randum by S. H. Lewis concerning expedition 
against Tories in Hardy County. Endorsed by 
Draper: D r . Peachy Harrison Oct. 1845. 

1845 Chalmers, George. An introduction to the history of the 

revolt of the\ American colonies. Excerpt giving 
4ZZ1 an account of the Battle of Augusta, an Indian 

skirmish in western Virginia in 1742. Captain 
M c Dowell killed. 2 pp. 

1846 Preston, W. R. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Baltimore, 
Feb. 15 Md. Has directed his brother-in-law in Vir- 
ginia to send the manuscripts of his grandfather, 

8ZZ22 William Preston, to Draper. A. L. S. 1 p. En- 

dorsed: W. R. Preston, 15 th . Feb. '46. 

1846 M c Clanahan, Col. E. Roanoke, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. 

Mar. 19 Draper, Baltimore, Md. His authority for date 

of Gen. A. Lewis' birth as given in previous letr 
8ZZ23 ter; notes on his father [William M c Clanahan]. 

A. L. S. 2 pp. Endorsed : Col. E. M c Clanahan 

19 th . March '46. 

1846 Manning, Nat. W. Woodlawn. Letter to Lyman C, 

Mar. 30 Draper, Baltimore, Md. Concerning papers of 

his grandfather, Gen. William Dark. A. L. S. 

8ZZ24 2 pp. Endorsed: N. W. Manning, 30 th - March, 

'46. 

1846 Lewis, Maj. Charles H. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to Lyman 

Apr. 18 C. Draper, Baltimore. Will have Mary Green- 

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lee's deposition and other papers copied and for- 
8ZZ25 warded. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed: Maj. C. H. 

Lewis— Ap. 18, 1846. 

1846 Lee, C. C. Moorefield, Va. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

May 4 Baltimore, Md. Has urged Dandridge and M c - 

Donald to furnish desired information ; hesitates 

8ZZ26 to write to Rives about Doctor "Walker's jour- 

nal; suggests that Rives may write biography 
of Madison; Colton's life of Clay criticized; has 
not yet been in reach of General Pickens 7 autoi 
biography. A. L. S. 3 pp. Endorsed : C. C. Lee, 
May 4 th '46. 

1846 Woltz, Ferdinand. Fincastle, Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

May 27 Draper, Baltimore, Md. The papers of Col. Wil- 

liam Preston in possession of "William M. Rad- 

8ZZ27 ford ; date of death of Hugh Paul Taylor. A. L. 

S. 2 pp. Endorsed: Ferdinand Woltz, May 27, 
'46. 

1846 Jones, Gen. R. Adjutant-General's Office, Washington, D. 

June 20 C. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Baltimore, Md. 

General Taylor born in Orange County, Va. 
8ZZ28 A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Gen. R. Jones, June 20, 

1846. 

1846 Trimble, John A. Hillsborough, Ohio. Letter to Lyman 

July 22 C. Draper, Baltimore, Md. Date of death of his 

father [James Trimble] ; will urge Doctor Tel- 

8ZZ29 fair to give an account of the early life and ad- 

ventures of Gen. G. Matthews; captivity of David 
Jolly. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : John A. Trimble, 
July 22* '46. 

1846 Erskine, Mrs. Margaret Handley. Memoir giving her ex- 

Aug. 10 periences during her captivity among Shawnee 

Indians. Captured in 1779 while en route with 

8ZZ30 her husband, John Pawley, to Kentucky ; adopted 

by White Bark; Callaway and Hoy among the 
captives; Clark's expedition; Crawford's defeat; 
escape of Slover and Doctor Knight ; her release 
in April, 1784 through efforts of Hager, a trader ; 
married to Michael Erskine in 1785. Revised 
copy by Charles A. Stuart. 7 pp. Endorsed: M rs . 
Erskine 's Captivity — Callaway & Hoy's do. 

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1846 Stuart, Charles A. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Baltimore, 

Aug. 10 Md. Transmitting memoir of Mrs. Erskine which 

he has revised from the original manuscript; 
8ZZ30 hopes he [Draper] has obtained the expected 

papers of Col. [William] Preston and Floyd's 

commission. A. L. S. 1 p. Endorsed : Charles A. 

Stuart Aug. 10 th . 1846. 

1846 Smith, Nathan. Point Pleasant, Va. Letter to James A. 

Aug. 13 Lewis, Charleston, Kanawha County, Va. An 

account of Benjamin Eulen's leap according to 

2ZZ17 recollection of Thomas Lewis ; biographical notes 

on Samuel, Andrew, John, and Thomas Lewis, 
the sons of Andrew Lewis. A. L. S. 2 pp. En- 
dorsed: Nathan Smith — P*. Pleasant, 13 th Aug, 
1846. Ben Eulen'sLeap — Col. Sam 1 . Lewis. &c. 

1846 Lee, C. C. Fairfax, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

Nov. 23 Baltimore, Md. Is sending autobiography of 

General Pickens by Jamieson. A. L. S. 

8ZZ31 1 p. Endorsed: C. C. [mutilated] Nov. 23 [mu- 

tilated] . 

1846 Lee, C. C. Fairfax, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 
Nov. 23 Baltimore, Md. Encloses autobiography of Gen- 
eral Pickens and directs that it be returned to 

8ZZ32 his brother-in-law, William L. Marshall. A. L. S. 

1 p. Endorsed : C. C. Lee, Nov. 1846. 

1847 Alexander, Rev. A. Princeton. Letter to Lyman C. 
May 6 Draper, Baltimore. Md. The use of his name as 

an authority; Rev. William H. Foote's intended 
8ZZ33 history of Presbyterian Church in Virginia; 

Archibald Alexander and massacre of Captain 
M c Dowell mentioned in Davidson's History of 
Presbyterian Church in state of Kentucky. 2 pp. 
Endorsed : Rev. D r - Alexander. May 6, 1847. 

1847 M°Nutt, A. G. Jackson, [Miss.] Letter to [Lyman C. 

Aug. 24 Draper]. In reply to questionnaire concerning 

life and services of Alexander M c Nutt. A. L. S. 

8ZZ35 4 pp. Endorsed: Ex-Gov. A. G. M c Nutt Aug. 

24 th . 1847. 

1847 Paxton, James G. Lexington, [Va.] Letter to [Lyman 

Sept. 22 C. Draper] . Promising assistance in collecting 

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historical data concerning his granduncle, Gov. 
8ZZ36 [Alexander] M c Nutt; fears his papers have been 

destroyed. A. L. S. 1 p. 

[1847] [Campbell, Dr. Samuel L.] Memoir on Indian wars in the 
"West, 1754^79. Brief survey of events prior to 

3ZZ52-107 1774, mentioning Braddock's defeat, Shawnee 

descent upon Carr's Creek, murder of Logan 's 
family and the killing of Bald Eagle ; detailed ac- 
count of Battle of Point Pleasant; Dunmore 
charged with perfidy; death of Cornstalk; War 
of 1778; attack on Fort Donnally; war in Ken- 
tucky ; Wayne 's victory. A. D. 60 pp. Printed : 
Appendix to Charles Campbell, Introduction to 
the History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion 
of Virginia (Richmond, 1847). 

1847 D[oddridge], N[arcissa]. Wellsburg, [Va.] An account 

of the capture of the family of Thomas Bendeaux 
9ZZ86-90 in 1780. Copy by Draper. 5 pp. 

1847 D[oddridge], N[arcissa]. Wellsburg, Va. Notes on Van 

Meter's Fort. Location of the fort; massacre of 
9ZZ64 _ 69 the family of John Van Meter in the immediate 

neighborhood of the fort in 1789 ; three older 
sons carried to captivity; Van Meter's second 
marriage to widow of John Bukey. Copy by 
Draper. 6 pp. 

1847-52 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, Va. Notes for a second 
edition of Dr. Joseph L. Doddridge's Notes on 

9ZZ41-127 the Settlements and Indian Wars of the Western 

Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania (Wells- 
burgh, Va., 1824). Copy by Draper. 87 pp. 

1848 Campbell, Samuel D. Natural Bridge, Va. Letter to 
July 21 Lyman C. Draper, Philadelphia. Unable to find 

clipping containing Colonel Stuart's narrative 
8ZZ34 which his father [Charles Campbell] used in his 

history ; biographical notes on his father ; Peter 
and Henry Sailing; Doctor Ruffner's proposed 
history of western Virginia. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1848 Woods, William. Albemarle County, Va. Letter to Ly- 

Aug. 21 man C. Draper, Philadelphia. In reply to re- 

8ZZ37 quest for biographical material concerning Gen. 

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Abraham "Wood, Capt. Audley Paul, and Gen. 
George Matthews. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1848 Fontaine, P. H. "Ridge-way," Pontotoc, [Miss.] Letter 

Aug. 24 to Lyman C. Draper. Biographical notes on 

Alexander Spotswood Dandridge and his grand- 
8ZZ38 father, Alexander Spotswood, colonial governor 

of Virginia; names of "The Knights of the 

Horseshoe". A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1848 Dandridge, Philip P. "The Bower," Jefferson County, 

Sept. 8 Ya. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Philadelphia. 

Little hope of procuring information about Gen. 

8ZZ39 [Adam] Stephen; his residence and burial place; 

marriage of his daughter to Alexander Spots- 
wood Dandridge; one child, Adam Stephen 
Dandridge; reference to Charles Anderson of 
Cincinnati for material on George Rogers Clark. 
A.L. S. 2 pp. 

1848 Baxter, S. S. Richmond, Va. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

Oct. 5 Philadelphia. Disappointed in securing papers 

of his grandfather; Doctor Walker's papers 

8ZZ41 probably in possession of W. C. Rives ; accounts 

of the Loyal Land Company; history of settle- 
ment of Rockbridge County given in record of 
Bowyer vs. Borden. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1848 Lewis, Charles H. Martinsburg, Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

Oct. 15 Draper, Philadelphia. His removal from Staun- 

ton; engaged in editing Martinsburg Gazette 

8ZZ40 since March, 1847; will write to Staunton and 

have deposition copied if possible. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1848 Lewis, S. H. Lewiston. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Phil- 

Nov. 9 adelphia. Unable to answer inquiries ; removal 

of his son, Maj. C. H. Lewis, to Martinsburg; 

8ZZ42 suggests that he write to Capt. John B. Watts of 

Staunton about a copy of Doctor Walker's depo- 
sition. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1848 Campbell, Samuel D. Natural Bridge, Ya. Letter to 

Nov. 15 [Lyman C. Draper]. Notes on the Sailing family 

obtained from Paxton Gilmore ; his grandfather, 
8ZZ43 Charles Campbell, served in Revolutionary War; 

Battle of Point Pleasant; the Alexander family. 

A. L. S. 4 pp. 

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1848 Westfall, Henry F. Buckhannon, Lewis County, Va. Let- 

Nov. 21 ter to Lyman C. Draper, Philadelphia. Promis- 

ing information concerning Indian troubles in 

8ZZ44 his part of the country, particularly the Bull 

Town affair; references to descendants of White, 
"William Hacker, and Colonel Lowther. A L S 
lp. 

1848 Howison, Robert Eeid. History of Virginia. Excerpt giv- 

ing an account of the Battle of Augusta, an In- 
4ZZ1 dian skirmish in Western Virginia in 1742. 1 p. 

Endorsed; Chalmer's & Howison's accounts of 
The Battle of Augusta 1742. 

1849 Westfall, Henry F. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Phila- 
Feb. 24 delphia. Destruction of Bull Town; William 

White's career; death of Bald Eagle; Tygart's 
8ZZ70,71 Valley named for David Tygart. A. L. S. 7 pp. 

1849 Smith, David H. Harmony Grove. Letter to Lyman C. 

Apr. 12 Draper, Philadelphia. William Hacker and the 

8ZZ45 death of Bald Eagle. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1849 Fontaine, P. H. Pontotoc, [Miss.] Letter to Lyman C. 

May 24 Draper, "Knights of the Horseshoe ;" the Dand- 

8ZZ46 ridge family. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1849 Alexander, A. Princeton. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

May 31 Philadelphia. Not probable that George Sailing 

kept a journal; knows nothing of John Finley; 
8ZZ47 James Finley lived in Philadelphia forty years 

ago; descendants of Dr. Samuel Finley. A. L. S. 

3 pp. 

1849 Lewis, Dr. John B. Valwalon, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. 

Nov. 16 Draper, Philadelphia. Proffering material on 

the Lewis family for use in Draper's forthcom- 
8ZZ48 ing book. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1849 Edwards, J[ames] L. Commissioner of Pensions, Pension 

Nov. 20 Office. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Leverington, 

Philadelphia County, Pa. Transmitting copies 

6ZZ101 of declarations of Joseph Tomlinson, Thomas 

Shores, and Thomas Mills, United States pen- 
sioners, and that of Peter Anderson who was an 
applicant for a pension. L. S. 1 p. 

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1849 Moffett, Dr. George B. Marian's Bottom, Pocahontas 

Dec. 24 County, Va. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Balti- 

more, Md. (Forwarded to Philadelphia.) Thinks 

6ZZla an account of the captivity of Mrs. Trimble of 

Augusta County, Va. should find a place in his 
book, Lives of the pioneers of Western Virginia. 
Eefers to her sons, Judge Benjamin Estill and 
Capt. John Estill for the facts. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1851 Breckinridge, R. J. Lexington, Ky. Letter to Lyman C. 

Aug. 18 Draper. Genealogical data concerning the 

Breckinridge, Shelby, Floyd, and McClanahan 
8ZZ50 families. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1851 Ingles, Thomas. New River. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

Aug. 22 Philadelphia. His grandfather, William Ingles, 

removed from Pennsylvania to Virginia about 

8ZZ49 1750; captivity of Mrs. Ingles and Mrs. Draper; 

location of Vause's Fort. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1851 Ingles, Thomas. Augusta, Bracken County, Ky. Letter to 

Sept. 3 Lyman C. Draper, Leverington, Philadelphia 

County, Pa. Invitation to Augusta to see narra- 
8ZZ51 tive of Col. John Ingles [concerning settlement 

of Col. William Ingles in western Virginia] ; his 

own work not ready for publication. A. L. S. 

2 pp. 

1851 Ingles, Thomas. Augusta, Bracken County, Ky. Letter 

Sept. 4 to Lyman C. Draper, Cincinnati, Ohio. Repeat- 

ing his invitation to Augusta ; wishes Draper to 
8ZZ52 have narrative of his uncle, John Ingles, and use 

it at his discretion. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1851 Ingles, Thomas. New River. Letter to Lyman C. Draper, 

Nov. 5 Leverington, Philadelphia County, Pa. Giving 

information concerning his grandfather, William 

8ZZ53 Ingles, and great grandfather, Thomas Ingles, 

obtained from brother in Tennessee ; his effort to 
obtain Joseph Draper's narrative; captivity of 
his grandmother and Mrs. Draper. A. L. S. 
2 pp. 

1851 D[oddridge], Nfarcissa]. An account of Indian attack on 

William Chenoweth and the Cox family, while 

9ZZ96-102 descending the Ohio River with the intention of 

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locating in Kentucky, about 1787. Data ob- 
tained from Judge [Thomas] Scott. Copy by 
Draper. 7 pp. Note by Draper gives the date 
of this event as 1786. 

1851 Scott, Judge T [nomas]. Chillicothe, Ohio. Notes on Maj. 

John M c Colloch's scout in 1793 ; retreat of Lieut. 

9ZZ81-86 Joseph Biggs; party sent in pursuit of Isaac 

Zane 's daughters ; marriage of Elizabeth Zane to 
"William M c Colloch; a ranger's dress and ap- 
pearance. Copy by Draper. 6 pp. 

[c 1851] D[oddridge], Nfarcissa], An account of John M c Colloch's 
leap over Wheeling Hill, a feat which has been 

9ZZ56-64 sometimes ascribed to Samuel M c Colloch. Copy 

by Draper. 9 pp. 

[c 1851] [Doddridge, Narcissa.] An anecdote of Charles Prather, 
as related to her by Judge Thomas Scott. Copy 
9ZZ114-116 by Draper. 3 pp. 

[c 1851] [Doddridge, Narcissa.] Narrative of incidents connected 
with Col. Thomas Cresap's expeditions against 

9ZZ111-114 the Indians which gave name to Savage Moun- 

tain and to Negro Mountain. Data obtained 
from Judge [Thomas] Scott. Copy by Draper. 
4 pp. 

[c 1851] [Doddridge, Narcissa.] Relation of an incident which oc- 
curred at Hanging Rock in Hampshire County, 
9ZZ108-111 Va. Traditional battle. Copy by Draper. 4 pp. 

1852 Whittle, James M. Pittsylvania Court-House, Va. Let- 

Feb. 20 ter to Lyman C. Draper, Leverington, Philadel- 

phia County, Pa. Sketch of his maternal grand- 
8ZZ54 father, the son of Samuel Davies, President of 

Princeton College. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1852 Dandridge, Phil P. Washington House, Philadelphia. 

Feb. 22 Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Leverington, Phila- 

delphia County, Pa. His grandfather, Alexan- 

8ZZ55 der Spotswood Dandridge, married Gen. 

Adam Stephen's daughter in Winchester, Va., 
about 1780 ; died one or two years later ; letters 
of Col. Nathaniel Dandridge in his possession; 
reference to Mrs. Evelina Tucker, Winchester, 
Va. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

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1852 Minor, Franklin. Ridgeway, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. 

Mar. 23 Draper. His great grandfather, Dr. [Thomas] 

Walker, was a great land trader,* journals of his 
13ZZa expeditions into western forests probably at 

Castle Hill in possession of "William C. Rives, 

who married a granddaughter of Doctor "Walker; 

will interview Mrs. Page, only sister of Mrs. 

Eives. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1852 v Ingles, Thomas. Augusta, Bracken County, Ky. Letter 

June 15 to Lyman C. Draper, Leverington, Pa. Sends 

narrative of his uncle, John Ingles ; has himself 

8ZZ56 added a few pages; visits to Ingles' Ferry, New 

River, in 1826 and 1835. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1852 Ingles, Thomas [sic] . Augusta, Ky. Narrative of family 

June 15 history. His father's removal to Claiborne 

County, Miss., in 1802; incidents of the journey 

8ZZ57 by boat from Knoxville, Tenn. to Gibson's Land- 

ing, Miss.; visit to West Point; kindness of 
Doublehead, the Cherokee chief; genealogical 
data. A. D. S. 3 pp. 

1852 Moffett, George B. Wytheville, Va. Letter to [Lyman C. 

July 22 Draper] . Eef ers to Governor Trimble of Ohio 

for information concerning his [Moffett's] grand- 
6ZZlb father and Aunt Estill ; may send brief sketches 

of Jacob "Warwick and William Sharp. A. L. S. 

lp. 

1852 [Doddridge, Narcissa.] Narrative of an incident in the 

life of Maj. John M c Colloch — his escape from 

9ZZ53-56 Indians at Grave Creek Narrows. Based on 

facts obtained from Judge Thomas Scott of 
Chillicothe, Ohio. Copy by Draper. 4 pp. 

1852 D[oddridge], N [arcissa] . Chillicothe, [Ohio] . Narra- 

tive depicting Indian character. Based on data 
9ZZ91-96 received from Judge Scott of Chillicothe, Ohio. 

Copy by Draper. 6 pp. 

1853 [Minor, Franklin.] "Memoranda of Inquiries about D r 
Jax. 10 Thomas Walker my Great-Grand Father." Bi- 
ographical data obtained in interviews with 

13ZZ1-25 Doctor Walker's grandchildren, Mrs. Mildred 

Fry, Wesley Fry, and Reuben Maury; names 

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of families with whom Doctor Walker's descen- 
dants intermarried ; traditional anecdotes. A. D. 
25 pp. 

1853 Minor, Franklin. Ridgeway, [Va.] Letter to Lyman C. 

Jan. 30 Draper. Sends book containing memoranda of 

biographical data about Dr. Thomas "Walker 

13ZZ27-41 obtained in interview with his grandchildren; 

additional data; reliability of Mrs. Fry's ac- 
count; Frank Walker characterized. A. L. S. 
15 pp. 

1853 [Draper, Lyman C] Memorandum of letter from Frank- 

Apr. 23 lin Minor, dated April 23, 1853, fixing date of 

13ZZ42 Dr. [Thomas] Walker's death. A. N. 1 p. 

1853 Minor, Franklin. Ridgeway, [Va.] Letter to [Lyman 

Apr. 23 C. Draper] . Inquiring whether manuscript 

book containing information about Dr. Thomas 

13ZZb Walker was received; Doctor Walker's will re- 

corded in December, 1794. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1853 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, Ya. An account giving 

June particulars of the death of Maj. Samuel M c Col- 

loch, commandant at Fort Van Meter, who was 

9ZZ41 _ 52 killed by Indians while reconnoitering with his 

brother, John, in the vicinity of the fort, July 
30, 1782. Copy by Draper. 12 pp. 

1853 Persinger, Jacob. Allegheny County, Va. Pension state- 

Nov. 18 ment. Served under Captain Matthew Ar- 

buckle from Sept. 6, 1775 to Nov. 11, 1776; 
2ZZ51 marched from Botetourt County to Fort Pitt, 

thence to Point Pleasant; absent from fort at 

Point Pleasant when it was attacked by Indians. 

Copy. 2 pp. 

[1853] Draper, Lyman C. Memorandum concerning Dr. Thomas 

Walker's marriage to Mrs. Elizabeth Thornton. 

13ZZ42 Date of marriage given in an original letter by 

Walker; information obtained from W. C. Rives 
at Castle Hill, in July, 1847, as to Mrs. Thorn- 
ton's relationship with the Washington family. 
A. N. S. 1 p. 

[c 1853] [Doddridge, Narcissa.] Notes on Maj. John M c Colloch's 
9ZZ70-80 scout in 1793 ; massacre of Lynn, Thomas Biggs, 

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and Joseph Hedges; retreat of Lieut. Joseph 
Biggs ; Isaac Zane and family. Copy by Draper. 
11pp. 

1857 Cole, S. Chief Clerk, Pension Office. Letter to Lyman 
Apr. 6 C. Draper, Madison, Wis. Enclosed copies of 

declarations of John Poe, Timothy Corn, Sam- 
6ZZ115 uel Davis, and James Waits, and promises to 

send those of Anselm Goodman and Arabia 
Brown; can not find that David Fout of Morgan 
County, Ohio was a pensioner. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1858 M c Cown, H. B. Forest Home, [Miss.] Article entitled: 
[c July] "The Murder of that distinguished and consum- 
mate chieftain Cornstalk.' ' Excerpt from the 

2ZZ46 Louisville (Miss.) Journal. 4 pp. 

1860 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, Ya. Letter to Lyman 

June 9 C. Draper, Pheasant Branch, Wis. In reply to 

interrogatories based on Doddridge's Notes; 

1ZZ95 Capt. Samuel Teter, and William Bukey; gen- 

ealogical notes on the Doddridge family. 
A. L. S. 5 pp. 

1860 Doddridge, Philip B. Obituary. Newspaper clipping. 
Sept. 11 1 p. 

1ZZ47 

1861 [Doddridge, Narcissa.] Article entitled: "Capture of 
July members of the Doddridge family. M Attack of 

Wyandot Indians on the family of Philip Dodd- 
1ZZ39 ridge Sr. in 1778; murder of his father-in-law. 

and capture of three of his children. A. D. 

4 pp. 
9ZZ102-107 . Same with slight verbal changes. Copy 

by Draper. 6 pp. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, Ya. Letter to Ly- 

Mak. 27 man C. Draper, Madison, Wis. Must consult 

her brother before authorizing him to bring out 

1ZZ91 a new edition of her father 's Notes; proposes to 

add to the Notes an account of events at Wheel- 
ing during the Indian War, and a memoir of her 
father. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

Apr. 11 Draper, Madison,- Wis. Has not yet heard from 

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her brother concerning new edition of the Notes; 
1ZZ92 inquires as to Draper's plans in editing the 

work, the cost, etc.; will send ms. copy of let- 
ters of a Russian Spy. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

May 2 man C. Draper. Consents to his editing a sec- 

ond edition of the Notes, and asks the privilege 

1ZZ94 of selling it in West Virginia, western Pennsyl- 

vania, and Ohio; J. Brady still living; has not 
heard of Mrs. Cruger's death; proposes to send 
an account of the captivity of Doddridge chil- 
dren to be incorporated in the Notes. A. L. S, 
4 pp. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

May 19 man C. Draper. In reply to inquiries concern- 

ing Mrs. Kirk and Captain Teter ; sends memoir 

1ZZ93 of Rev. Joseph Doddridge, two elegies written 

by him, and letters of a Russian Spy, the latter 
published in ChUHcofke Gazette; can furnish in- 
formation of Maj. John M c Colloch; requests 
that manuscripts be returned. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Lyman 

Oct. 1 C. Draper, Pheasant Branch, Wis. Suggestions 

as to new edition of her father's Notes; gives 
1ZZ97 address of Robert Wallace and refers to Col. 

John M c Donald for information of Capt. S. 

Teter ; thinks Patrick Gass may know something 

of the capture of the Walker girls. A. L. S. 

4 pp. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

Nov. 12 man C. Draper, Pheasant Branch, Wis. In- 

quires as to his progress in editing the Notes. 
1ZZ98 A. L. S. 1 p. 

1866 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

Dec. 13 man C. Draper. Has received no answer to her 

two previous letters; thinks she might find a 

1ZZ99 publisher for the Notes; requests the return of 

her manuscripts, should he be through with 

them. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

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[c 1866] [Doddridge, Narcissa.] Biographical memoir of her fa- 
ther, Eev. Joseph Doddridge, as revised by Ly- 
1ZZ13-32 man C. Draper. 20 pp. 

1867 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 
Jan. 23 man C. Draper, Pheasant Branch, Wis. Inform- 
ing of her plan for publication of the Notes; 

1ZZ100 anxious that the memoir be returned, so that she 

may rewrite it; would appreciate any sugges- 
tions on his part. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

[c 1867] Doddridge, [Narcissa]. Excerpts made by Lyman C. 
Draper from her manuscript memoir of her fa- 
1ZZ33 ther, Rev. Joseph Doddridge. 13 pp. 

[c 1867] Lee, Rev. Henry. "Washington, Pa. Notes on Miss Dodd- 
ridge 's memoir of her father, Rev. Joseph 

1ZZ10 Doddridge, she having submitted the manuscript 

to him for revision. Copy. 3 pp. 

1868 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 
Jan. 30 man C. Draper, Pheasant Branch, Wis. 

Acknowledges receipt of the memoir and re- 

1ZZ101 quests that other papers be returned; date of 

death of her father and mother. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1868 Hupp, John C. Wheeling, W. Va. Letter to Rev. Alex- 

Mar. 4 ander Martin, President West Virginia Agricul- 

tural College. Presenting to the college mu- 

6ZZ4 seum an old saw which was used in the con- 

struction of Fort Fincastle in 1774. Newspaper 
clipping from the Intelligencer, Sept. 12, 1882. 
lp. 

1868 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

Apr. 6 man C. Draper, Madison, Wis. Acknowledges 

letters, replies to questions about Mrs. Cruger 

1ZZ102 and [Patrick] Gass, and inquires as to his ar- 

rangements with the publisher of the Notes; has 
had offers from three publishers. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1868 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

May 12 man C. Draper. Hopes his proposed trip will 

prove beneficial; asks that he turn over to her 

1ZZ103 any notes he may have prepared for his edition 

of the Notes, in the event of his being unable to 
complete the work. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

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[c 1868] [Draper, Lyman C] Notes and references for his revision 
of Notes on the Settlements and Indian Wars of 

1ZZ70-77 the\ Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, 

1763-83. A. N. 8 pp. 

1869 Remsen, G. W. Philadelphia. Letter to Lyman C. Dra- 

May 20 per. Saying that his firm, Claxton, Remsen & 

Haffelfinger, has agreed to publish book offered 

1ZZ106 by Miss Doddridge; unaware of Draper's inter- 

est in the matter; suggests that he communicate 
with Miss Doddridge. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1869 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

May 22 man C. Draper, Pheasant Branch, Wis. Urging 

the return of manuscripts loaned to him. 
1ZZ104 A. L. S. 2 pp. 



Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

June 28 man C. Draper, Madison, Wis. His prolonged 

delay in bringing out his edition of the Notes; 

1ZZ105 necessity for making other arrangements for a 

new issue ; attack on Rice 's Fort. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1869 [Draper, Lyman C] Memorandum of his letter to [Nar- 

Jtjly 2 cissa] Doddridge. Submitting proposition for 

the re-issue of Doddridge's Notes under cover 

1ZZ109 with Withers' Chronicles of Border Warfare,. 

A. N. 1 p. Endorsed: Mem . To Miss Dodd- 
ridge, Offer ab*. republishing Doddridge's Notes. 
July 2 d '69. 

1869 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Ya. Letter to Ly- 

July 7 man C. Draper. Must have her brother's opin- 

ion in regard to his [Draper's] proposal to put 

1ZZ107 Doddridge's Notes under cover with Withers' 

Chronicles of Border Warfare^ A. L. S. 1 p. 

1869 Doddridge, Narcissa. Wellsburg, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

July 19 man C. Draper. Revoking the right to issue a 

revised edition of Doddridge's Notes, and pro- 

1ZZ108 posing to pay him for an article on the different 

sieges at Wheeling. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1873 Johnston, Frederick. Salem, Va. Biographical sketches 

Oct. of Rev. Robert Logan and Col. Henry Bowyer, 

5ZZ98, 99 being reprints from William Henry Foote, 

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Sketches of Virginia. Appended is a letter from 
Gen. Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va., Mar. 4, 1869 
relating to the identity of Capt. Michael Ru- 
dolph with Marshall Ney. Newspaper clipping 
from the Fincastle Herald. 2 pp. 

[1873] Johnston, Frederick. Biographical sketch of Gen. James 
Breckinridge, son of Robert Breckinridge ; born 

5ZZ102 about 1757 in Botetourt County, Va. ; his char- 

acter and success as a lawyer ; representative in 
Congress. Newspaper clipping from the Fin- 
castle Herald. 1 p. 

[1873] [Johnston, Frederick.] Biographical sketch of Col. Wil- 
liam Anderson, being for the most part a reprint 

5ZZ100, 101 from William Henry Foote, Sketches of_ Virginia. 

Newspaper clipping from the Fincastle Herald. 
lp. 

[1873] Johnston, Frederick. Biographical sketch of Charles 
Johnston, son of Peter Johnston, who emigrated 

5ZZ106 from Scotland to America and settled in Prince 

Edward County; had three brothers, Edward, 
Andrew, and Peter; engaged in mercantile pur- 
suits ; visits to Kentucky in 1789 and 1790 ; cap- 
tured by Indians ; his character ; connection with 
the t i Prestonville Company"; the Roanoke Nav- 
igation Company ; the founding of Hollins Insti- 
tute. Newspaper clipping from the Fincastle 
Herald. 2 pp. 

[1873] Johnston, Frederick. Biographical sketch of Gen. Andrew 
Lewis. Genealogy of the Lewis family; Bote- 

5ZZ112 tourt branches of the family ; Andrew Lewis at 

Grant's defeat in his attack on Fort D'uquesne; 
with Washington at the capitulation of Fort 
Necessity, July 4, 1754; commander-general of 
Virginia troops at Battle of Point Pleasant ; 
brigadier-general of the American army during 
the Revolution; died in Bedford County in 1780; 
place of burial. Newspaper clipping from the 
Fincastlei Herald. 2 pp. 

[1873] Johnston. Frederick. Notes on the M c Afee family, and 
5ZZ108 description of tombstone erected by Benjamin 

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Denton near Botetourt Springs, Va. Newspaper 
clipping from the Fincastle, Herald. 1 p. 

[1873] Johnston, Frederick. Biographical sketches of the early 
merchants of Fincastle, Botetourt County, Va., 

5ZZ111 namely, Col. Matthew Harvey, Eobert and Haz- 

litt Kyle, and James S. Walrond. Reference is 
made to Robert Wiley, William Cahoon, William 
Patton, David and Thomas Shanks. Newspaper 
clipping from the Fincastlet Herald. 1 p. 

[1873] Johnston, Frederick. Biographical sketch of Gen. Edward 
Watts. Marriage to Elizabeth, daughter of Gen. 

5ZZ116 James Breckinridge; public services; rank as a 

lawyer; his estate at "Oaklands". Newspaper 
clipping from the Fincastle Herald, 1 p. 

[1873] Johnston, Frederick. Biographical sketches of the women 

of Botetourt County, Va., namely, Mrs. Martha 

5ZZ110, 111, Burwell, Mrs. Martha Delzell, Mrs. Grace 

114 Thomas and her daughters, Mrs. Liley Reid, and 

Mrs. Ann Anderson; also of Mrs. Eve Teney. 

Newspaper clipping from the Fincastle Herald. 

3 pp. 

1874 Weekly Register, Point Pleasant, W. Va. Article entitled; 

Mar. 19 "A Visit to the Battle Ground of Point Pleas- 

ant. M Description; relics found in an old well 

2ZZ59-61 within the fort; the murder of Cornstalk attri- 

buted to Martin Wetzel. Reprint from Charles- 
ton Courier. 3 pp. 

1874 Christian, J. R. Holly Springs, Miss. Letter to Lyman 

Apr. 7 C. Draper. Is collecting material on the Camp- 

bells and Christians who settled in Valley of 

8ZZ59 Virginia ; may have information about the Camp- 

bells that would be of use to Draper. A. L. S. 
2 pp. 

1874 Christian, J. R. Holly Springs, Miss. Letter to Lyman C. 

May 2 Draper, Madison, Wis. His proposed history of 

the Scotch-Irish settlers of Virginia; death of 

8ZZ60 A. J. Edmondson near Memphis about two years 

ago; Frederick Johnston y s sketches of early set- 
tlers of Botetourt County published in Fincastle 
Herald. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

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1874 M c Cue, J. M. Mount Solon, Va. Letter to J. R. Christian. 

May 14 Notes on the Cunningham, Greenlee, Givens, Gil- 

lHandj Craig, and Hamilton families. A. L. S. 
8ZZ61 2 pp. 

1874 Johnston, Fanny R. Memphis, Tenn. Letter to Lyman C. 

May 18 Draper. Enclosing clippings from the Fincastle 

Herald containing articles by her father, F. John- 
8ZZ62 ston. A. L. S. 1 p. [See 5ZZ for clippings.] 

1874 Johnston, Frederick. Salem, Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

May 20 Draper. Will request his daughter to send clip- 

pings from Fincastle Herald containing his 

8ZZ63 sketches of distinguished men and women of 

Botetourt County, Va.; ancestry of Dr. [J. R.] 
Christian of Holly Springs, Miss.; captivity of 
Charles Johnston. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1874 Christian, J. R. Holly Springs, Miss. Letter to Lyman 

May 23 C. Draper. Transmitting numbers of the Vir- 

ginia Spectator received from J. Marshall M c - 

8ZZ64 Cue; reference to J. Bolivar Christian; M c Cue's 

relation to James Trimble. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1874 Johnston, Frederick. Salem, Va. Sketch of the Christian 

June 18 family. The Christians established in the Isle 

of Man in 1422; Israel Christian's removal to 

5ZZ104, 105 Dublin, thence to Virginia; his only son, Col. 

William Christian, killed by Indians in Ken- 
tucky; death of Israel Christian at Dunkard 
Bottom on New River in 1784; his descendants. 
Newspaper clipping from the Fincastle Herald. 
2 pp. 

1874 Johnston, Frederick. Salem, Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

June 24 Draper. Encloses his sketch of the Christian 

family which was published in the Fincastle 
8ZZ65 Herald; query concerning passage in Shake- 

speare's Hamlet. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

[1874] Lexington [Va.] Gazette. Editorial: ''Deserved Compli- 
ment/' Apropos of Frederick Johnston's biog- 

8ZZ64 raphy of William Fleming published in the Fin- 

castle Herald. Information given by Louisa P. 
Baxter, a granddaughter of Colonel Fleming. 
Newspaper clipping. Enclosed in letter from 
Johnston to Draper, May 20, 1874. 1 p. 

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1875 Price, Rev. William T. Article entitled: " Jacob War- 
Oct. wick, and Mary his wife." Biographical data: 

at Battle of Point Pleasant; incidents of pioneer 
2ZZ47-49 life on frontier of Virginia. Magazine clipping 

from The Young Virginicm. 3 pp. 

1876 Puffin, George W. Beech Hill, Mason County, W. Va. 
July 8 Letter to Lyman C. Draper, Madison, "Wis 

Topography of Point Pleasant battle-ground and 
2ZZ57 vicinity. [Map enclosed.] A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1876 Pullin, George W. Beech Hill, W. Va. Map showing site 
July 8 of the battle-ground of Point Pleasant. Manu- 
script. Printed: Thwaites and Kellogg, Dun- 

2ZZ58 move's War, p. 254. 

[1876] [Doddridge, Joseph.] Logan. The last of the race of 
Shikellemus Chief of the Cayuga Nation, A 

10ZZ172-183 dramatic piece. [Preface and first scene of the 

first act of a prose tragedy based on the inci- 
dent in Logan's life in which he declares war on 
the white people in revenge for the murder of 
his people.] A. D. 12 pp. Printed. 

[1876] Doddridge, Dr. Joseph L. Notes on the Settlements and 
Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and 
10ZZ1-170 Pennsylvania. A. D. Paging erratic. 

1877 Brockunier, W[ilbur] C. Wheeling, W. Va. Letter to 
Feb. 26 Lyman C. Draper, Madison, Wis. As to Simon 

Girty's presence at the two sieges of Fort Henry 
4ZZ15 in 1777 and 1781 respectively; statements of 

Withers and M c Kiernan. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1877 Hupp, John C. Biographical sketch of Mrs. Mary Mit- 

Oct. 14 chell M c Colloch Woods, widow of Maj. Samuel 

M c Colloch. Newspaper clipping from The Sun- 
6ZZ5 day Leader, Oct. 22, 1822. 1 p. 

[c 1880] Cole, Charles. Article entitled: " Battle of Long Island/' 
Brief account of Battle of Long Island Flats, 

3ZZ36 July 20, 1776. The Cherokee commanded by 

Dragging Canoe; the pioneers by Capt. James 
Thompson. Excerpt from the Abingdon Vir- 
ginian. 6 pp. 

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1881 Lewis, William Terrell. Louisville, Miss. Letter to [Ly- 
Dec. 10 man C. Draper] . On the genealogy of the Lewis 

8ZZ66, 69 family. A. L. S. 6 pp. 

1882 Peyton, J. L. Staunton, [Va.] Letter to the Editors of 
Feb. 10 the Standard. Enclosing copy of an unsigned 

letter, dated at Williamsburg, Va., Nov. 10, 1774, 
2ZZ63 giving particulars of Battle of Point Pleasant. 

Newspaper clipping from the Standard. 1 p. 

1882 Cranmer, G. L. Article entitled: "Port Henry as the 
Sept, 12 Germ of the City of Wheeling One Hundred 

Years Ago." Originally called Fort Fincastle; 
6ZZ3 planned by George Rogers Clark; description; 

sieges of 1777 and 1728 ; Indians commanded by 
James Girty at the last siege; Elizabeth Zane's 
powder exploit. Newspaper clipping from the 
Intelligencer. 1 p. 

1883 Fickle, R. P. Blountsville, Tenn. Letter to Lyman C. 
Mar. 28 Draper. Fort erected by Colonel Byrd on Long 

Island of Holston; Byrd's Road now known as 
3ZZ35 the Island Road; conflicting accounts of Battle 

of Long Island Flats ; proposed history of Sulli- 
van County, Tenn. Copy by Draper. 4 pp. 

1883 Sogers, T. A. Mooresburg, Hawkins County, Tenn. Let- 

Apr. 11 ter to Lyman C. Draper. Refers to John Nether- 

land, owner or part owner of Long Island on 
3ZZ38 Holston, for information as to location of Fort 

[Patrick] Henry. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1883 Stamps, J. C. Rogersville, Tenn. Letter to [Lyman C. 

Apr. 16 Draper] . Writes at the instance of Col. [John] 

Netherland, giving location of Fort Patrick 
3ZZ39 Henry. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

[1883] Fickle, R. P. Letter to Lyman C. Draper. Transmitting 
a copy of Charles Cole's account of Battle of 

3ZZ37 Long Island Flats which was published in the 

Abingdon Virginian. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1885 Lane, S. Eliot. Article entitled: "The Battle of Point 

Nov. Pleasant, Oct. 10, 1774." Lord Dunmore ac- 

cused of treachery; Col. Charles Lewis was not 
2ZZ64 killed on the morning of the battle as commonly 

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supposed. Magazine clipping from Massachu- 
setts Magazine. 7 pp. 

1886 Chicago Times. An account of excavations on lot near 

Aug. 30 Point Pleasant, W. Va., where Lewis' army was 

encamped at the time of the Battle of Point 

2ZZa Pleasant, Oct. 10, 1774. NeAvspaper clipping. 

1 p. 

1888 Canning:, E. W. B. Narrative of an incident in the life of 

Avg. Lewis Wetzel. Eeprint from Magazine of Amer- 

6ZZ6 ican History, 1 p. 

1888 Breckinridge, E. J. Danville, Ky. Letter to Lyman C. 

Sept. 30 Draper. John Breckinridge, a Presbyterian 

minister, lived in the District of Columbia and 

8ZZ58 Montgomery County, Md., about fifty years ago; 

one of his sons went to Illinois at its first settle- 
ment. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

[1888] Price, Rev. William T. Extract from article on "Scottish 
Virginia Presbyterianism ' ' relative to Jacob 

2ZZ49 Warwick's meritorious conduct at Battle of 

Point Pleasant. Magazine clipping. 1 p. 

1890 Boggs, William. Napa City, [CaL] Letter to Lyman C. 

Jan. 27 Draper. His descent from Daniel Boone ; the 

Boones in Oregon ; portraits of Albert G. Boone 
8ZZ67 and Daniel Boone in his possession ; military re- 

cord of Col. Nathan Boone; proffers use of his 
manuscript on the frontiersmen. A. L. S. 2 pp. 

1890 Brockunier, Wilbur C. Wheeling, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

Dec. 29 man C. Draper, Madison, Wis. In response to 

newspaper notice requesting information for his 
4ZZ16 new edition of Withers' Chronicles; notes on 

Noah Zane, son of Ebenezer Zane. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1890 Hupp, John C. Wheeling, W. Va. Letter to Lyman *C. 

Dec. 30 Draper. Notes on the Zane family ; direct de- 

scendants living in Wheeling and vicinity ; data 

6ZZ2 from The Wheeling Repository concerning Noah 

Zane; Samuel M c Colloch's leap. A. L. S. 3 pp. 
Note by Draper on margin relative to date of 
Noah Zane's death. 

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1891 Brockunier, Wilbur C. Wheeling, W. Va. Letter to Ly- 

Jak. 8 man C. Draper, Madison, Wis. Biographical 

notes on Noah and Ebenezer Zane ; Simon Girty 

4ZZ17, 23 not present at either siege of Wheeling; Eliza- 

beth Zane's powder exploit; refutation of Mrs. 
Cruger 's statement attributing the feat to Molly 
Scott. A. L. S. 19 pp. 

1891 Brockunier, Wilbur C. Wheeling, W. Ya. Letter to Ly- 

Jan. 19 man C. Draper, Madison, Wis. Reply to question- 

naire concerning siege of Wheeling; Elizabeth 

4ZZ22 Zane's powder exploit in 1782; Maj. Samuel M c - 

Colloch's leap; his march to the relief of Wheel- 
ing; Salter one of the defenders of the fort at 
siege of 1782. A. L. S. 10 pp. 

1891 Price, William T. Marlinton, W. Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

Feb. 6 Draper. Attack on Drennon's house; Baker, 

the school teacher killed; also the Bridger boys 
4ZZ24 who went to the relief of the Drennon family; 

Jacob Warwick at Battle of Point Pleasant. A. 

L. S. 6 pp. Note by Lyman C. Draper giving 

biographical data concerning Jacob Warwick. 

1891 Price, William T. Marlinton, W. Va. Letter to Lyman C. 

Mar. 9 Draper. Can learn nothing of Maj. Andrew 

Hamilton; further information about the Dren- 
4ZZ25 non family, the Bridger boys, and Sampson L. 

Matthews; Jacob Warwick born between 1739 

and 1741. A. L. S. 4 pp. 

1891 M c Kiernan, Mrs. G[eorge] S. New Albany, Ind. Letter 

Apr. 5 to Lyman C. Draper, Madison, Wis. Informing 

of the death of her husband, George S. M c - 
6ZZ13 Kiernan, on Apr. 14, 1887. A. L. S. 1 p. 

1891 M c Kiernan, Mrs. G[eorge] S. New Albany, Ind. Letter 

May 4 to Lyman C. Draper, Madison, Wis. [George S.] 

M c Kiernan born in Frederick, Md., Mar. 23, 1818 ; 
6ZZ12 wrote several articles on border history; inter- 

ested in study of Irish language. A. L. S. 3 pp. 

1901 Point Pleasant Battle Monument Commission. Extract 

Apr. 2 from The State Gazette, Point Pleasant, W. Va., 

2ZZ64 announcing the appointment of Virgil A. Lewis, 

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John P. Austin, and Charles C. Bowyer as mem- 
bers of the commission. Broadside. 

n. d. Alison, Dr. Fjrancis]. Discourse before the Orphans' 

Court on the amount of compensation allowed 
12ZZ44^-46 executors and guardians. Copy. 3 pp. 

n. d. Bullitt, Col. Thomas, heirs and representatives. Petition to 

Congress. Claiming payment for services 

6ZZ109 rendered by Colonel Bullitt during the War of 

the Revolution; his military record; death in 
1778. Copy. 3 pp. On reverse: Biographical 
note by Lyman C. Draper. 

n. d. [Doddridge, Joseph.] An account of Col. David Rogers' 

defeat as related to him by Basil Brown of 

9ZZ121-127 Brownsville, Pa. Copy by Draper. 7 pp. [See 

10ZZ66 for the original.] 

n. d. Doddridge, Joseph. An elegy on the death of his son, R. 

Reeves Doddridge, who died in Chillicothe, Ohio, 

1ZZ12 Jan. 9, 1825, aged eleven years. Copy by Draper. 

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1ZZ41 . Another copy. 

n. d. [Doddridge, Joseph.] Narrative of John Bingeman's ad- 

venture with Indians in 1763. Copy by Draper. 
9ZZ119, 120 2 pp. 

n. d. [Doddridge, Joseph.] Tutela. A novel of Indian life. In- 

1ZZ49-69 complete. 21pp. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Biographical sketch of Philip Dodd- 

1ZZ8,9 " ridge (1772-1832). A. D. 4 pp. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Chronological index of material in 

the American State Papers, Indian Affairs, i, 

13ZZ185-205 concerning the Cherokee and events in Tennessee 

from 1776 to 1807. A. D. 20 pp. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Index of the American State Papers, 

Indian Affairs, i, concerning Virginia and Ken- 
13ZZ117-124 tucky inroads from 1779 to 1794. A. D. 7 pp. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] List of references to Elizabeth 

Zane's powder exploit and the siege of Wheel- 
4ZZ8, 9 ing. A. N. 3 pp. 

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n. <L [Draper, Lyman C] Memorandum giving biographical 

22250 data concerning Jacob Warwick. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Note giving Dr. [Joseph] Dodd- 

ridge 's criticism of Annals of the West by James 

12296 R. Albaeh, and Life of Daniel Boone by John 

Mason Peck. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Draper, Lyman C] Notes and references on Battle of 

2ZZ65-68 Point Pleasant, 1774. A. N. 4 pp. 

n. d. Draper, Lyman C. Title page of his proposed new edition 

of Notes on the Settlements and Indian Wars of 

1ZZ1 the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, 

1763-83, by Rev. Joseph Doddridge, 

n. & Epitaphs copied by John E. Finley. 2 pp. 

12ZZ326, 350 

n. d. Finley, Hannah. Memorandum of work done for her by 

12ZZ85 James Ewing. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Abstracts of title to land on branch of 

Fish Creek granted to Thomas Mason and Au- 

12ZZ79 gustine Pillager, Oct. 25, 1784, and known as 

" South Cove 1 ' and "Walford" respectively. 
A.D. lp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Antidote for laudanum. A. N. 1 p. 

12ZZ350 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Excerpts from Gibbon's Surveying. 

12ZZ346-348 3 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Excerpts from legal treatise by Elie 

Valette bearing on contest over will of Job 
12ZZ23-25 Ruston. Copy. 3 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Excerpts from a theological work by 

12ZZ195,196 * Faber. Copy. 2 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Description of "Oronoke" River. 

12ZZ263 " A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Description of the process of fermen- 

12ZZ183 tation spirituous. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for ascertaining the pres- 

12ZZ262 ence of coal in the earth. A. N. 1 p. 

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n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for bleaching hemp, A. N. 

12ZZ178 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for clarifying ginseng. A. 

12ZZ306 N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for the cultivation of 

[grape?] vines and the preserving of peaches. 
12ZZ96 A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for the cultivation of hops 

12ZZ334 ~ and flax. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for dyeing cotton yarn. 

12ZZ262 A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for grafting grape-vines. 

12ZZ257 A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for keeping sweet potatoes. 

12ZZ327 A. N. 1 p. 

n. cL [Finley, John E.] Directions for making beer. A. N. 

12ZZ261 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for making a coppel, copel, 

12ZZ158 cuppel, or crucible. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for making potash. A. N. 

12ZZ351 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for rendering platina mal- 

12ZZ256 leable. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Directions for tanning leather. A. N. 

12ZZ77 lp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Field notes. A. D. 3 pp. 

12ZZ337-339 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Form of a marriage ceremony. A. D. 

12ZZ309-311 * 3 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Form of a power of attorney. A. D. 

12ZZ26, 27 2 pp. 

n. d. Finley, John E. Forms for wills. A. D. 5 pp. 

12ZZ3-5, 
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n. d. [Finley, John E.] An index [to 12ZZ?] preceded by ex- 

12ZZ13-15 planatory remarks. A. D. 3 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] List of counties in the Northwest Ter- 

ritory, giving boundaries and dates of organiza- 

12ZZ94 tion. 1 p. [With one exception, the dates of 

organization do not correspond to those given in 
Rose's Counties of Illinois.] 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] List of lands on Tygart's Creek, [W. 

Va.] owned by Minor Win, Henry Banks, 
12ZZ1 66 Francis West, Tucker and Woodson, Anthony 

Thornton, William Bird, Robert Morris, and 

John Nicholson. Tax payments made on same. 

A. D. 1 p. 

John E.] List of Latin and French phrases and 
their meanings. 1 p. 

John E.] List of titles of Federal and State 
officials. A. N. 1 p. 

John E.] Memoranda relative to surveying. 
A. N. 1 p. 

John E.] Memorandum. Awarded A. B. de- 
gree at College of New Jersey in September, 
1776. Benjamin Chew and William Moore 
Smith of Philadelphia were students there in 
May, 1775. A. N. 1 p. 

[Fililey, John E.] Memorandum concerning Aber- 
crombie's survey in Kentucky in 1782 ; Vaughn's 
tract of 2000 acres adjoining lands of William 
Campbell and tfohn Beckley ; Mrs. Baine ? s farm 
near Lexington. A. N. 1 p. 



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[Finley, John E.] Memorandum concerning sliip stuff. 
A. N. 1 p. 

[Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving dates of land 
entries made by Ignatius Mitchell, George 
Evans, William Stuart, Stuart and Thompson, 
John Pryor, Thomas Williams, Simon Kenton, 
Speed, John O'Bannion and Kenton, Lafferty, 
Maxwell, Bell, Galloway and Johnson. A. N. 

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ft. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving directions for 

reaching a tract of 80,000 acres of land on 
12ZZ144 Tygart's Creek, [W. Va.] A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving name of John 

Owen of Mason County, [Ky.] as celebrated for 
12ZZ170 curing cancer in four weeks. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving names and date 

of birth of the children of James and Hannah 
12ZZ314 Evans Finley. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving names of pres- 

byteries to which Robert Russell, Joseph Hend- 

12ZZ187 erson, Thomas B. Craighead, and John Lyle be- 

longed. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving place of resi- 

dence of the following ministers, Robert "Wilkes 

12ZZ354 Finley, Thomas Craighead, David Rice, Adam 

Rankin, Samuel Shannon, Tamplin [Temple- 
ton], Carrick, and of John Baker Ruston. 
Eleven large con gregations in Kentucky in 
1787. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum giving place of resi- 

dence of Rev. Samuel Shannon, Rev. Adam 

12ZZ331 Rankin, Rev. David Rice, Rev. Templeton, Ed- 

ward Tilghman, William Bradford, John M c - 
Clanahan, Thomas Andrews, and Rev. John 
Rankin. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of the address of Mrs. 

12ZZ270 Sarah Kennedy and her son, John.' A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of books that he in- 

tends to purchase. List of Hebrew books. 
12ZZ325 A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of a course of reading 

on legal matters; list of books on chemistry. 
12ZZ161, 162 A. N. 2 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of the dates of birth of 

members of his family, and of Mr. and Mrs. Job 
12ZZ322, 323 Ruston. A. N. 2 pp. 

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n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of dimensions of timber 

12ZZ324 for a sawmill. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. Finley, John E. Memorandum of a grant of land to 

12ZZ95 Joseph Turpin in 1742. A. N. S. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of average yield per 

acre of hemp, Indian corn, wheat, barley, oats, 
12ZZ76 clover, and timothy-grass. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of ores found near 

Point Pleasant and on the New England grant; 

12ZZ271 location of tracts of land owned by Henderson, 

Purviance, and George Mercer. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum of the value of the es- 

12ZZ276 tate of his father, James Finley. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum relative to lands on 

Ohio River owned by Robert Beel and Parker 

12ZZ143 that are for sale. William Taylor's lands. 

A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum, relative to Orphans' 

12ZZ43 Court. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum stating that John Clarke, 

John Tibbs, John Sharpe, D. Blanchard, and 

12ZZ154 Alexander M c Clain entered 20,000 acres and 

executed 16,000 acres at or near May's Licks, 

[Ky.] A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Memorandum stating that "William. 

Francis, and Francis M c Connell .Jr., David 

12ZZ146 Peery, and Alexander M c Clelland made improve- 

ments near Washington on Lawrence's Creek 
in Kentucky in February, 1776. Location of 
Ed. Bynes's tract. A. N. 1 p. 

n. <L [Finley, John E.] Notes on the doctrine of the assigna- 

12ZZ68 tion of bonds. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the establishment of a cotton 

12ZZ170, 172 factory. A. N. 2 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the forked stick method of 

determining the presence of a vein of water or 
12ZZ271 any mineral in the earth. A. N. 1 p. 

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[Finley, John E.] Notes on the form of minutes of the, 
presbytery; the rejection of Latin phrases. A. N. 
1 P. : ■ 

[Finley, John E.] Notes on the geography of the St. 
Lawrence River. Table of distances from Pitts-* 
burgh to Niagara, and from Buffalo to New 
Orleans via Lake Erie. A. N. 1 p. 

[Finley, John E.] , Notes on the geography of Louisiana, 
particularly of the region about New Orleans. 
A. N. 1 p. 



[Finley, John E.] Notes on the geography of Upper and 

Lower Canada, the various cessions of Louisiana, 

12ZZ192-194 navigation of rivers in Alabama, population and 

extent of Pernambuco, and description . of 

Buenos Aires. A. N. 3 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on [Jonathan] Carver's travels 

in the present states of Wisconsin and Illinois. 

12ZZ267, 270 Geography of the region. Table of distances 

from point to point in Wisconsin. A. N. 2 pp. 



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[Finley, John E.] Notes on a journey up the Missouri 
River and branches of the Arkansas River. Salt 
A. N. 1 p. 



mines. 



n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the manner of separating 

12ZZ62-66 and purifying silver. A. N. 5 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the origin of infant baptism. 

12ZZ160 " A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the production of palma 

12ZZ266 christi or castor oil. A. N. 1 p. 

n. <L [Finley, John E.] Notes on the properties of metals. 

12ZZ268, 269 A. N. 2 pp. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on proposed system of canal 
navigation in southeastern part of the United 

12ZZ189 States. A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the topography of Alabama. 

12ZZ184 A. N. 1 p. 

n. d. [Finley, John E.] Notes on the topography of West 

12ZZ186 Florida. A. N. 1 p. 



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b. cL Finley, John E. Outline of an intended address to the 

court in the suit of Dr. John Hatch vs. John E. 

12ZZ105-107 Finley. Maintaining that he has been unjustly- 

charged for professional services. A. D. 3 pp.- 

[Finley, John E.] A prayer in which he bids farewell 
to the world. A. D. 1 p. 



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gout, bite of a mad dog, and bleeding. A. N. 
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dressed to him at " Litchfield, Woodbury County ? 
New England". 1 p. 

M c Connell, Francis, and William M c Connell, heirs at law 
of. Fayette County, Ky. Quit claim deed to 
John E. Finley releasing a tract of land on 
waters of Lawrence's Creek in Mason County, 
Ky. Incomplete. Copy. 1 p. ^ 

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Thomas (son of Andrew) Lewis with John 
Hollis, an Indian. A. D. 4 pp. Endorsed by 
Draper: Captivity of Col°. Tho s , Lewis. From 
Col. Nathan Smith — noted from a son of Col. 
Lewis. 

Southern Literary Messenger. Excerpt making favorable 
mention of Dr. [Joseph] Doddridge's work as 
an historian. 1 p. 

The £ [illegible] Farewell. A hymn copied by John E. 
Finley in 1800. 1 p. 

Table giving population of British governments in North 
America. 1 p. 

Table of distances from Washington City to New Orleans 
via post road. 1 p. 

Tables of distances from Washington, Mason County, Ky. 
to Charleston, [W. Va.] ; mouth of Scioto to 
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patrick's, Bardstown to Frankfort, Nashville to 
Danville, and Limestone to Detroit. 1 p. 

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INDEX 



Abercilombie, — , survey for, 302. 

Abingdon (Va.), letter from, 276; resi- 
dents, 266, 271, 272 ; Virginian, excerpt 
from, 295, 296. 

Adams, — , books, 64. 

Adams, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

Adams, Ensign — , in Revolution, 200. 

Adams, David, receipt, 194. 

Adams, George, letter, 93. 

Adams, James, letter, 53. 

Adams, Samuel, receipt, 194. 

Adams, William, receipt, 194. 

Adams County (Pa.), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 257. 

Adlistern, G. W., note, 241. 

"Adventure," Donelson's boat, 219. 

Agnew, Thomas, receipt, 194. 

Akers, Uriah, witness, 53. 

Alabama, topography, 305 ; rivers in, 305. 

Albany (N. Y.), letter from, 153. 

Albach, James R., Annals of the West, 
criticized, 300. 

Albemarle County (Va.) , native, 266 ; 
letter from, 281 ; law practice in, 141/ 

Alcom, John, receipt, 177. 

Alderson, Curtis, receipt, 184. 

Alexander, Rev. A., letters, 275, 280, 283. 

Alexander, Archibald, witness, 52 ; sketch, 
275 ; notes on, 280. 

Alexander, Joseph, affidavit, 256 ; Revolu- 
tionary services, 260. 

Alexander, Robert, witness, 190, 213 ; re- 
ceipts, 189, 190, 192* 

Alexander, William, witness, 188, 189; re- 
ceipt, 187. 

Alexander family, genealogy, 275 ; notes 
on, 282. 

Alison, Dr. Francis, rules for Latin school, 
154 ; prescription, 216 ; discourse, 299 ; 
letter, 235 ; lawsuit with, 241, 244 ; pay- 
ment to, 237. 

All, Capt. — , in Revolution, 259. 

Allcom, James, receipt, 53. 

Allegheny County ( Pa. ) , Revolutionary 

veterans in, 250, 252, 266, 287. 
Allen, Hugh, land grant, 66 ; receipt, 187. 
Allen, Capt. James, militia officer, 11. 



Allen, Malcolm, receipt, 173. 

Allison, John, receipt, 45. 

Almanac, copied, 248. 

Almond, Edward, assistant compilssary, 

197 ; receipts, 176 ; witness, 176-179, 

197-199, 206-208. 
Alves, Walter, surveys for, 244. 
American State Papers, cited, 299. 
Amherst, Gen. Jeffrey, commander in 

French and Indian War, 150 ; letter's, 

150-153 ; letters to, 150-154. 
Ampthill (Va.), Gary's residence, 114. 
Alvord, C. W. and Lee Bidgood, First Ex- 
plorations of the Trans- Allegheny Region 

oy Virginians, cited, 147. 
Anderson, Capt. — , in Revolution, 165. 
Anderson, Mrs. Ann, sketch, 293. 
Anderson, Charles, reference to, 282. 
Anderson, George, militia officer, 4. 
Anderson, Isaac, voucher, 178. 
Anderson, James, receipt, 47. 
Anderson, John, recommended as ensign, 

82. 
Anderson, Peter, applicant for pension, 283 ; 

Revolutionary services, 260, 264. 
Anderson, Capt. William, in Revolution, 

261 ; sketch, 292. 
Andrews, Rev. Thomas, residence, 303. 
Annapolis (Md. ) , resident, 106. 
Antis, Col. Henry, in Revolution, 260. 
Applegate, Richard, assignee, 228 ; letters 

to, 240, 242 ; evicted, 247. 
Arandole, Capt. — , killed, 115. 
Arbitration, of dispute, 234. 
Arbogast, Adam, pension statement, 259. 
Arbuckle, Charles, letter, 276. 
Arbuckle, Matthew, scouting, 58 ; in Dun- 

more's War, 114 ; in Revolution, 165, 166, 

182. 210, 213, 287; letters, 164, 211; on 

Indian murder, 119 ; biographical data, 

276-278. 
Armstrong, Ensign — , in Duntnore's War, 

95, 
Armstrong, Andrew, receipt, 178. 
Armstrong, Baptist, receipt, 177. 
Armstrong, John, receipt, 38, 173 ; witness, 



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Armstrong, Gen. John, map, 228. 

Armstrong, Col. Martin, Indian claims, 92 ; 
magistrate, 134 ; letter, 142. 

Armstrong, Mrs. Martin, ill health, 142. 

Armstrong, Thomas, receipt, 26. 

Armstrong, William, receipt, 50, 189. 

Arnauld, — , naval table, 234. 

Arnold, Gen. Benedict, captured, 141. 

Arnold, Mark, land entry, 221 ; plat, 221. 

Arthur, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 266. 

Arthurs, John, receipt, 24. 

Ashcraft, Richard, survey for, 192. 

Ashcroft, Ephraim, survey for, 192.' 

Ashby, Capt. — , in, Revolution, 266i 

Ash County (N. C), in Revolution, 267. 

Askew., James, receipt, 12, 19 ; account, 49. 

Aspenville (Va.)> home of William Camp- 
bell, 127, 134, 137 ; purchases at, 237. 

"Assistance," naval vessel, 153. 

Aston, William, drover, 187. 

Atkins, Henry, letter mentioned, 75. 

Atkins, Peter, account, 49, 53. 

"A Traveler," reminiscences, 269. 

Attorney, power of, 301. 

Augusta (Ky.), letters from, 284, 286. 

Augusta County (Va.), early settlers, 275; 
sheriff, 3, 55 ; coroner, 6 ; escheator, 8 ; 
justice of peace, 7 ; county lieutenants, 
1, 6, 11, 37; militia officers, 1-5; court- 
martials, 2-5 ; duties, 2 ; exports, 52 ; 
land grants in, 1-3, 5 ; Indian disturb- 
ances, 9—11, 54, 273; early Indian battle, 
248, 278, 283 ; frontier defense, 13, 19, 22. 
27, 37, 54, 56; register of killed and 
wounded, 8 ; ranges, 46 ; in Dunmore's 
War, 157, 159; Indian invasions, 154, 
284- in Revolution, 135, 263-265; officers, 
145, 146 ; boundaries, 3, 8 ; surveyors, 
102, 103 ; division of, 59-61; residents, 
51, 68, 148, 155, 261, 275 ; school in, 166. 

Aumiller, Daniel, certification, 259. 

Austin, John P., commissioner, 299. 

Austin, Wallace, Augusta County resident, 
13. 

Austin, Capt. William, accused of disloy- 
alty, 133. 

Avery, Col. — , message for, 237. 

Avery, Waightstill, boundary commissioner, 
117. 

Aylett, Col. William, commissary, 210. 



, Buckley, Robert, commissioner, 247. 
Bailey, Abraham, receipt, 17. 
Bainbridge, James, receipt, 167. 
Bain.c >irs. — ■, Kentucky farm, 320. 
Baker, Henry, killed by Indians, 264, 298. 



Baker, Capt. Martin, witness, 167, 172, 173; 

receipt, 172 ; on Cherokee expedition, 181. 
Baker, Robert, land claim, 229. 
Baker, Samuel, witness, 157. 
Baker, Thomas, soldier, 44. 
Bakers Station, in Indian Wars, 255. 
BaUl Eagle, Delaware Indian, killed, 281, 

283. 
Bald Eagle's Nest (Pa.), Indian skirmish 

at, 260 ; scouting from, 257. 
Ballycassidy (Ireland), letter from, 1. 
Baltimore (Md.), transportation to, 249 ; 

letter from, 246 ; letters .to, 247, 272- 

280 ; Sun, cited, 278. 
Baltimore County (Md.), native, 263; resi- 
dent, 275. 
Bane Sr., James, loyalist, 135, 213 ; gives 

bond, 131. 
Bane Jr., James, witness, 118; receipt, 206; 

loyalist, 130, 135; gives bond, 131. 
Bane, John, wounded, 255. 
Bane, William, wife killed by Indians, 163. 
Banks, Henry, land grant, 302. 
Bannister, Col. John, in Revolution, 116. 
Baptism, of infants, origin, 305. 
Barclay, Hugh, deputy quartermaster, 165- 

168, 172, 174-176, 178-183 ; receipts, 

205. 
Barclay Jr., Hugh, voucher, 166. 
Barclay, John, voucher, 165, 181. 
Bardstrom (Ky.), route via, 308. 
Barker, Elias, survey for, 192. 
Barker, L. , endorsement, 250. 
Barkley, Joseph, receipt, 200. 
Barley, yield per acre, 304. 
Barnes, F., Kentucky land owner, 100 ; 

land for sale, 227. 
Barnes, John, receipt, 200. 
Barnes, Thomas, receipt, 57. 
Barnett, Capt. James, magistrate, 135 ; pur- 
chases provisions, 172 ; orders troops, 216. 
Barnhart, George, certification, 264. 
Barr, Alexander, pension statement, 268. 
Barr, David, pension statement, 260. 
Barr, William, pension statement, 250-252. 
Barrager, Philip, witness, 118 ; gives bond, 

131 ; to make purchases, 143. 
Bartlett, Joseph, killed by Indians, 142. 
Barton's Lick (Ky.), settled, 100. 
Bass, — , messenger, 134. 
Bates, James, sells horses, ,201. 
Bates, Thomas, receipt, 201.' 
Battles : 

Augusta County (1742), 148, 248, 278, 
283. 

Big Island. See below, Long Island on 
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Battles — continued , . . 

BraddQck's defeat (1755), 273, 277, 281. 
Brandywine (1777), 250, 266, 274, 
; , Buford's (1780), 251, 252. 

Bunker Hill (1775), 112, 274. 
• .Coucher's Bridge (1777), 250. 
Cowpens (1781), 251, 252. 
Estill's defeat (1782), 277. 
Eutaw Springs (1781), 251. 
Fallen Timbers (1794), 281. 
Fort Montgomery (1777), 261. 
Gcrmantown (1777), 266. 
Grant's defeat (1758), 149, 273, 292. 
Guilford (1781), 252, 261, 265. 
Harlem Heights (1776), 274. 
Island Flats. See below, Long Island 

on Holston. 
Ring's Mountain (1780), 136, 265-267, 

272, 276. 
Lexington (1775), 104, 274. 
Long Island (N. Y-, 1776), 252. 
Long Island (Big Island) on Holston 
(1776), 113, 115, 163, 164, 183, 266, 
271, 272, 275-277, 295, 296. 
. Monmouth (1778), 266, 274. 
Point Pleasant (1774), 96, 97, 157, 158, 
. 160-162, 249, 252, 253, 261, 269, 270, 
.272-274, 276, 281, 282, 292, 296-298, 
300 ; site, 293, 295 ; song, 277 ; commis- 
sion for monument, 298. 
Monmouth (1778), 266, 274. 
Reedy Fork (1781), 265.1 
Skagg's Creek (1784), 261. 
Stony Point (1779), 124. 
Trenton (1777), 252, 266, 274. 
Valley of Virginia. See above, Augusta 

County. 
Wayne's. See above, Fallen Timbers. 
Wheeling (1777, 1782), 256, 257, 266, 
262, 263, 267-269. See also Forts: 
Henry. 
White Plains- (1776), 274. 
Whitsell's Mills (1781), 265. 
Wyoming (1778), 129, 269. 
Yorktown (1781), 261, 266. 
Baum, Frederick, pension statement, 255, 

256. 
Baum, Livingston, signature, 255. 
Baxter, Louisa P., information from, 294. 
Baxter, Gen. Sydney S., reference to, 273 ; 

.letter, 282. 
Baxter, William, pension statement, 257 ; 

deposition, 261, 262. 
B«an, James. See Bane. 
Bear Garden (Va.), visited, 10. 
Beard, — , characterized, 64. 
Beard, John, receipt, 184, 185, 252; officer, 
275, 277. 



Beard, Samuel, receipt, 179. 

Reatty, Hugb, pension statement, 258. 

Beaty, John, account, 45. 

Beaver, Abraham, loyalist, 135. 

Beck, John, messenger, 101. 

Beckett, John, voucher, 210. 

Bcckley, J., clerk, 110. 

Bcckley, John, master drover, 205 ; land 
claim, 302. 

Bedford (Pa.), described, 253. 

Bedford County (Pa.), native, 258; militia, 
257, 258. 

Bedford County (Tenn.), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 266. 

Bedford County (VaJ), visited, 56; letter 
from, 64, 102 ; estate in, 114 ; will drawn 
in, 157; troops from, 216; surgeon, 164; 
Lewis dies in, 292. 

Bee, George, ranger, 12. 

Beech Bottom, on the Ohio, letter from, 212. 

Beech Hill (Va.), letter from, 295. 

Beel, Robert, land owner, 304. 

Bceler, Col. James, in Revolution, 265. 

Beeler, John, sells horse, 201. 

Beer, directions for making, 301, 306. 

Beldenback, Capt. — , in Revolution, 268. 

Bell, Capt. George, in Revolution, 260. 

Bell, Capt- James, in Revolution, 261. 

Bell, Joseph, receipts, 18, 19, 28. 

Bell, William, land claim, 221, 242, 245, 
302 ; assignee, 220, 242. 

Belley, Abraham, receipt, 28. 

Bellfield, Capt. John, in Revolution, 251, 
252. 

Bells' Meadows, fort at, 77. 

Belmont (Va.), Fleming's residence, 134, 
157, 232. 

Bendeaux family, captured, 281. 

Bendy, John, order, 52. 

Bennett, Charles, survey for, 192. 

Benton, John, killed by Indians, 238. 

Berkeley County (Va.), resident, 232. 

Berks County (Pa.), native, 255. 

Berry, William, pension statement, 261. 

Sorting, Peter, pension statement, 258. 

Best, John, voucher, 210. 

Beverly, William, lieutenant of Augusta 
County, 2 ; letter, 1 ; mill site, 3 ; law- 
suit, 6. 

Beverly Manor (Va.), land sold, 6. 

Bickly, Joseph, Kentucky land owner, 
68, 100. 

Big Barren, route via, 308. 

Big Levels, rendezvous of troops, 89. See 
also Camp Union. 

Biggs, Alexander, receipt, 167- 



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Biggs, Capt. Benjamin, in Revolution, 255, 
266 ; letters to, 241, 247, 249 ; purchase 
from, 224- 

Biggs, John, voucher, 210. 

Biggs, Capt. Joseph, in Indian wars, 262, 
285, 288. 

Biggs, Thomas, killed by Indians, 287. 

Billey, Cherokee Indian, murdered, 76. 

Bingeman, John, narrative, 155, 299. 

Bird, — , surveyor, 246. 

Bird, Col. — , in Revolution, 259. 

Bird, William, land grant, 302. 

Birdwell, George, receipt, 37. 

Birdwell, Robert, receipt, 173, 184. 

Bishop, George, substitute for, 258. 

Bishop, Lawrence, pension statement, 257, 
258. 

Black, — , messenger, 55. 

Black, Alexander, receipt, 17, 38. 39. 

Black, Henry, of Pennsylvania, pension 
statement, 257. 

Black, Capt. Henry, of Virginia, militia of- 
ficer. 216. 

Black, Martha, preemption claim, 220, 221. 

Black, Matthew, preemption claim, 223, 224, 
230, 242. 

Black, William, receipt, 22, 28, 39. 

Black Lick, letter from, 90. 

Blackburn, Archibald, land grant, 106, 107. 

Blacburn, Robert, statement of account, 203; 

Blackly, Charles, land grant, 105. 

Blackmore, John, negroes captured, 98 ; emi- 
grates, 276. See also Forts : Blackmore. 

Blackwell. Capt. John E.. messenger, 139. 

Blair, Archibald, copy of letter, 141 ; certi- 
fication, 193. 

Blair, Hon. John, letters, 70, 71, 148 ; letter 
to, 7, 8, 59 ; certificate, 11. 

Blair, William, survey for, 192. 

Blanchard, D., land entry, 304. 

Bland, Edward, Discovery of New Brittaine, 
copy, 147. 

Bland, Col. Theodoric. in Revolution, 251, 
252. 

Bledsoe, Abraham, ranger, 36 ; bounty for 
killing Indians, 36 ; letter enclosed, 92. 

Bledsoe, Anthony, letters, 86, 92, 96, 109, 
231 ; letter to, 110 ; receipts, 58, 197 ; wit- 
ness, 59 ; land claim, 225 ; militia of- 
ficer, 193. 

Bledsoe, Catherine, letter, 237 ; letter to, 
238. 

Bledsoe, Isaac, killed by Indians, 237-239. 
Bledsoe's Lick (Tenn.), letter from, 235. 

Blevins, — , lawsuit, 237. 

Blount, William, governor of Tennessee, 237. 

Blountsville (Tenn.), letter from, 296. 
Boal, Capt. — , in Revolution, 265. 



Bodkin, Hugh, receipt, 17, 28. 

Bodkin, James, receipt, 14, 28, 39. 

Bodkin, Richard, receipt, 17. 

Bodley, Thomas, witness, 220 ; signs land 
entry, 223, 224, 230. 

Boerhaave, Dr. Herman, Elementa Chemiae, 
copy, 147. 

Bogge, — , message for, 142. 

Boggs, Robert, receipt for, 207. 

Boggs, William, letter, 297. 

Bond, Edward, gives bond, 217. 

Bonnes, — , cannot get sulphur, 116. 

Boone, Albert G., portrait, 297. 

Boone, Daniel, explores Kentucky, 94, 106 ; 
sent to warn surveyors, 75, 78, 79 ; in 
Dunmore's War, 86, 91, 92, 95, 99; peti- 
tion regarding, 95 ; joins Russell, 98 ; 
sends powder, 111 ; surveyor, 224 ; de- 
scendants, 297 ; portrait, 297. 

Boone, Jemima, captured, 164. 

Boone, Nathan, military record, 297. 

Boone family, in Oregon, 297. 

Boonesbo rough (Ky.), described, 218. 

Booth, Daniel, survey for, 192. 

Booth, Capt. James, in Revolution, 259 ; 
letter, 210. 

Borden, Benjamin, grants lease, 1, 2 ; grant 
for, 247 ; accounts, 6 ; suit with heirs, 
247, 282. 

Borden, Joseph, lawsuit, 247. 

Borden family, data, 247. 

Boren, Charles, pension statement, 263. 

Borrough, John, married, 133. 

Boston (Mass.), letter from, 55; disturb- 
ances at, 54 ; in Revolution, 90, 103, 104, 
106. 

Botetourt County (Va.), visited, 98; sur- 
veyor, 66, 103; court, 100, 221; county 
lieutenant, 163, 164, 214 ; justice of 
peace, 118 ; clerk, 156 ; troops, 89, 114, 
3 35-139, 157-160, 162, 214, 215, 287; 
officer, 145 ; frontier defense, 110, 113, 
114, 264 ; representative in legislature, 
139 ; loyalists' trials in, 135 ; letters 
from, 119, 132, 142; residents, 62, 110, 
125, 135, 157, 165, 177, 192, 211, 215, 
217, 218, 220-222, 227, 230-232, 236, 
241, 293, 294 ; natives, 292 ; clergy in, 63. 

Botetourt Court House (Va.), letter from, 
227. 

Botetourt Springs (Va.), tombstone near, 
293. 

Bouldin, Jacob, inventor, 247. 

Bouldin, Thomas, certificate, 22. 

Boundaries : Indian, 54 ; Cherokee lands, 
70, 71, 79, 90, 117, 118; Virginia, 68; 
Virginia-North Carolina, 61, 219, 307 ; 
Virginia-Pennsylvania, 73, 124, 220, 221 ; 
Virginia-Tennessee 246 ; surveyed, 227. 



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Bounties, for enlistment, 57, 126; lands for 
military service, 60, 65-70, 77, 99, 100, 
102, 105, 128, 148, 154-156, 274; for 
killing wolves, 2, 3 ; for killing Indians, 
36. 

Bourbon County (Ky.), surveys in, 232, 

Boutillet, Jacque, deed of land, 155. 

Bowen, Capt. Reese, message for, 126 ; on 
Cherokee expedition, 178. 

Bower (Va. ). Dandridge'3 residence, 282. 

Bowman, Col. John, commands Kentucky 
forces, 193 ; certificate, 184 ; describes 
battle, 163 ; accounts of, 174 ; medicine 
for, 223. 

Bowman, Maj. Joseph, death, 125. 

Bowman's Station (Ky.), commissioners at, 
224. 

Bowyer, Charles C, commissioner, 299. 

Bowyer, Col. Henry, sketch, 291 ; men- 
tioned, 137. 

Bowyer, John, reports orders, 159 ; receipts, 
171, 182 ; witness, 187-189 ; lawsuit, 
247, 282. 

Bowyer, Thomas, enters land, 73; receipt, 
184. 

Bowyer, Capt. William, in Revolution, 264 ; 
letter, 162 ; letter to, 160 ; witness, 58. 

Bowyer family, data on, 247. 

Bowyer vs. Borden, lawsuit, 247, 282. 

Boyd, — -, bond, 60. 

Boyd, Alexander, receipt, 58 ; land grant, 
67. 

Boyd, Andrew, messenger to Cherokee, 80, 
105 ; better, 143 ; land grant, 67 ; wit- 
ness. 132 ; magistrate, 135. 

Boyd, J. B., Draper's correspondent, 73. 

Boyd, James, surveyor, 157. 

Boyd. John, Kentucky land owner, 100. 

Boyd, Capt. Matthew, in Revolution, 258. 

Boyd, Thompson, settlement, 227. 

Boydston, James, receipt, 206J 

Boynton, John, Philadelphia merchant, 155 ; 
land grants, 155, 156. 

Boynton, Wharton & Morgan, buy lands, 
155. 

Bracken Academy, list of trustees, 242 ; 
land surveys for, 243, 244. 

Bracken County (Ky.), letters from, 284, 
286 ; plat of land in, 245. 

Braddock, Gen. Edward, defeat, 273, 277, 
-281. 

Bradford, Maj. Henry, letter, 238. 

Bradford, Rev. William, residence, 303. 

Bradley family, murdered by Indians, 217. 

Bradshaw, John, pension statement, 262. 

Brady, J., mentioned, 289. 

Brady, John, petition, 254. 

Brady, Samuel, Revolutionary veteran, 254. 



Brady, Capt. Samuel, in Revolution, 255. 

Brander, John, messenger, 106. 

Brane, James, survey for, 192. 

Brashears, Cot. — , at Brownsville, 253. 

Brashears, William, in Revolution, 268. 

Bratton, Robert, land grant, 3 ; receipts, 
23, 39. 46 ; militia officer, 11. 

Breckinridge, — , land claim, 230. 

Breckinridge, Alexander, messenger, 103 ; 
letters, 120, 125, 139, 143. 

Breckinridge, Elizabeth, married, 293. 

Breckinridge, J., lawyer, 244. 

Breckinridge, James, scholar, 68, 127, 136 ; 
sketch, 292 ; daughter, 293. 

Breckinridge, John, message for, 123 ; let- 
ters. 139, 140. 

Breckinridge, Rev. John, sketch, 297. 

Breckinridge, R. J., letters, 284, 297. 

Breckinridge, Robert, receipt, 177. 

Breckinridge, Col. Robert, letter, 58 ; health 
poor, G:; ; son, 292. 

Breckinridge, lattice (Mrs. Robert), mes- 
sage for, 103 ; payment, 105. 

Breckenridge, William, scholar, 68 ; sur- 
veyor's commission, 128 ; letter, 128, 129. 

Breckinridge family, data on, 145, 284. 

Brewster, Sackford, explorer, 147. 

Briar, William, receipt, 194. 

Brice, Abrtim, receipt, 177. 

Bridger, James, killed by Indians, 264, 298. 

Bridger, John, killed by Indians, 264, 298. 

Brigham, James, letter, 59. 

Bright, — , lands purchased from, 61. 

Bright, Albertus, receipt, 206. 

Bright, Samuel, receipt, 28. 

Briseo, Capt. William, raising militia, 109. 

British, army embarks, 120; occupy New 
York, 125 ; capture Charleston, 129 ; in- 
vade Virginia, 136; Indian policy, 110, 
165 ; western operations, 211 ; 18th In- 
fantry, 155, 156; navy list, 249; treaty 
with, 240 ; parliament, 127. 

Brittain, Nathaniel, tried for horse steal- 
ing, 132; loyalist, 135, 138. 

Brock, Capt. — , in Indian wars, 255. 

Brockunier, Wilbur C, letters, 295, 297. 

Brodhead, Col. Daniel, campaign, 256, 257, 
260, 265, 266 ; commandant at Fort Pitt, 
266. 

Bronstetter, Andrew, accused of disloyalty, 
133, 138. 

Bronstetter family, loyalists, 138. 

Brooke County (Va.), resident, 253, 274; 
Revolutionary veterans in, 257, 261, 262, 
267. 

Brooks, Charles, pension statement, 258. 

Brooks, Mattbew, letter, 110. 



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Brooks's Landing. (Ky.), in Fayette County, 

242. 
Brown, Abraham, account, 38. 
Brown, Col. Alexander, in Revolution, 265. 
Brown, A-rabia, pension statement, 288. 
Brown, Basil, narrative, 299. 
Brown, BenjamiD, land grant, 103. 
Brown, James, sells horse, 209. 
Brown, James, lawyer, 145; letter, 3 45. 
Brown, John, voucher, 181. 
Brown, Capt. John, militia officer, 5, 8 ; 

receipts, 13; witness, 19, 36, 51, 200. 
Brown, Rev. John, letters, 57, 61-65, 72, 
85. 103, 3 05-108, 139, 140, 142-144; 
message for, 55. 
Brown, Rev. John, Presbyterian minister, 

in Kentucky, 275. 
Brown Jr., John, letters, 123, 125-128, 

130, 134, 136, 141, 144, 236. 
Brown, Capt. Oliver, in Revolution, 274. 
Brown, Orlando, cited, 161. 
Brown, Paddy, messenger, 94. 
Brown, Capt. Samuel, commissary, 164 ; 

receipt, 213. 
Brown, Dr. Samuel, Kentucky physician. 

24iy. 

Brown, William, receipt, 190 ; deposition, 
218. 

Brown, William, of Ohio, pension state- 
ment 258, 259. 

Brown family, intermarriages, 145. 

Browning, Jeremiah, certification, 262. 

Brownsville (Pa.), resident, 253, 299. 

Bruce, Jacob, endorsement, 193. 

Bryan, James, receipt, 46. 

Bryan, John, messenger to Cherokee", 110. 

Bryan, Capt. Thomas, commands militia, 
.92. 

Bryant's Station (Ky.), described, 218. 

Buchanan, — , receives commissions, 128. 

Buchanan, Col. — , in Revolution, 260. 

Buchanan, Alexander, witness, 44; receipt, 

Buchanan, Archibald, receipt, 27 ; family 
endangered, 94. 

Buchanan, Capt.' Arthur, in Revolution, 255, 

Buchanan, James, money sent to, 64 ; let- 
ter, 115; appointment, 123; assistant 
commissary, 101, 206. 

Buchanan, Capt. John, officer in French 
and Indian War, 2, 38 ; accounts, 39 ; 
witness, 23, 25. 

Buchanan, Col. John, land patents, 1, 2, 8, 
237 ; surveyor, 140 ; sheriff, 55 ; lieuten- 
ant of Augusta County, 37 ; at Fort 
Fauquier, 44, 45, 47 ; militia officer, 4, 
11-14; accounts, 6, 22, 39, 54; voucher, 
37 ; provisions for, 44, 46 ; orders for, 



Buchanan, Col. John — continued 

19.; receipt, 35 ; collector of customs, 
52 ; agent of land company, 6 ; payment 
to, 63 ; to visit London, 56 ; absence, 49 ; 
letter, 58; letters to, 9, 13, 36, 37, 56; 
message for, 55 ; journal of trip, 4 ; es- 
tate, 61, 62, 71. 

Buchanan Jr., John, in Dunmore's War, 
99; letter, 115; family, 94; sketch of 
promised, 276. 

Buchanan, Joseph, receipt, 177. 

Buchanan, Capt. Patrick, in Revolution, 
199. 

Buchanan, Samuel, residence, 63. 

Buchanan, William, ensign in Dunmore's 
War, 75 : voucher, 85 ; in Revolution, 
201, 276. 

Buchanan, William, affidavit before, 267. 

Buckhannon (Va.), letter from, 283. 

Bucks County (Pa.), native, 264. 

Buenos Aires, described, 305. 

Buffalo (N. Y.), resident, 271, 272; dis- 
tance from, 305. 

Buford, Col. Abraham, defeat, 251, 252, 

Buford, Capt. James, receipt, 190, 195. 

Buford, Capt. Thomas, in Dunmore's War, 
162; will, 157. 

Buford, William, witness, 174. 

Bukey, John, widow, 281. 

Bukey, William, notes on, 288. 

Bull, William, governor of South Carolina, 
150, 153, 154; letter, 151. 

Bull Pasture (Va.>), fort at, 12, 13, 18. 

Bull Town, Indian village, 283 ; distance 
to, 308. 

Bullen, Rev. Joseph, missionary, 307. 

Bullitt, Thomas, surveyor, 102, 103 ; Jands 
surveyed, 70 ; accounts, 13 ; collection 
from, 241 ; letters. 70, 71, 91 ; Revolu- 
tionary services, 299 ; petition of heirs, 
299. 

Bullitt County (Ky.), Revolutionary veter- 
ans in, 257. 

Bullock, Josias, receipt, 190. 

Bullock, John, loyalist, 138; 

Bunyan, Isaac, taxes, 142. 

Burgess, Thomas, soldier, 52. 

Burgess, Walter, sugar camp, 242. 

Burk, David, sells cotton, 251. 

Burk, Thomas, buys land of Patton, 140; 
account, 213 ; letters, 72, 118 ; in the 
militia, 108 ; accused of disloyalty, 131, 
213 ; in Revolution, 201. 

Burke, Peter, indenture, 1. 

Burk's Garden (Va.), land title, 149; vis- 
ited, 10. 

Burnsid^s. James, receipt, 27. 

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Surrls, Jolin. See Borrough. 

Burwell, Mrs. Martha, sketch, 293. 

Bute County ( N. C), letter from, 122. 

Butler, John, loyalist, 129. 

Butler, Mann, article, 208. 

Bush, Capt. Henry, in Revolution, 258. 

Bush, William, land grant, 104. 

Bustard, David, accused of disloyalty, 133. 

Bynes, Edmond, land entry, 220, 221, 242, 
245, 304 ; survey for, 227. 

Byrd, Bevill, receipt, 54. 

Byrd, Col. "William, in French and Indian 
War, 150, 296; letters, 64, 65, 100, 103, 
152-154, 156; letters to, 71, 148-153 
instructions, 151, 152; resignation, 153 
land grants, 68, 125 ; builds fort, 296 
road, 296 ; in Dunmore's War, 77 ; list 



152; 



money 



of m^n, 150 ; marriage, 

from, 104. 
Byrd Jr., William, signature, 150. 
Bym, Capt. James, magistrate, 135 ; orders 

for, 130, 13S; land grant, 73; receipt, 

207. 



C — , Jacob, receipt, 39. 

Cadron (St. Pierei, Charles, deed of land, 

156. 
Cadwcll, Aaron, justice of peace, 240. 
Cahoon, William, notes on, 293. 
Cain, John, receipt, 181. 
Calalton, William, receipt, 184. 
Caldwell, James, son, 257. 
Caldwell, John, Revolutionary services, 256, 

257, 200. 261, 267. 
Caldwell, John, letter, 239. 
Caldwell, Samu'l. pension statement, 263. 
Caldwell, Walter, killed by Indians, 211. 
■Calf Pasture |Vn.), in French and Indian 

War, 37, 49 ; lands at, 72. 
Callanhan, George, article, 269. 
Callaway, — , captive, 279. 
Callaway, Col. James, furnishes militia, 

50; letter, 64; receipt, J 79. 
Callaway, John, receipt, 190, 191. 
Callaway girls, captured, 164. 
Calvert, William, witness, 106 ; sells horses, 

195. 
Cameron, — , British Indian agent, 74, 97, 

109, 118. 
Cameron, Alexander, pension statement, 

265. 
■Cameron, Col. Charles, in Dunmore's War, 

274 ; letter, 227 ; receipt, 167. 
Cameron, George, killed, 274. 
Camm, John, master of William and Mary 

College, 65; letter, 102; letter to, 103. 
Camp Haverstraw, letter from, 125. 



Camp Ramipaw, letters from, 125. 

Camp Six Mile, rendezvous, 182. 

Camp Union, in Dunmore's War, 87-89, 92, 
90, 157, 158 ; in the Revolution, 164, 
105, 177, 211, 258. See also Big Levels. 

Campbell, Andrew, voucher, 172. 

Campbell, Col. Arthur, land grants, 68, 125; 
militia officer, 76, 100, 228 ; list of 
killed and wounded, 100; letters, 60, 74, 
76, 78. 81-8G, 88-101, 129, 231, 232, 235, 
248 ; letters to, 83. 85, 248 ; extract of 
letter, 137 ; information from, 64 ; papeT 
sent to, 01 ; biographical notes on, 269. 

Campbell, Charles, buys lands, 6 ; messen- 
ger, 64 ; in Revolution, 282. 

Campbell, Charles, Introduction to History 
of Virginia, appendix, 281 ; biographical 
notes on, 281. 

Campbell, Gov. David, letters, 271, 272 t 
270; letters to, 271, 272; memorandum, 
213 ; sends letter, 248. 

Campbell, George, receipt, 23. 

Campbell, James, receipt, 30, 46, 203. 

Campbell, James, extracts from letter, 271. 

Campbell, John, on scout, 74 ; in Duumore's 
War, 94 ; ou Cherokee expedition, 175, 
176 ; in Revolution, 271, 272. 275 ; 
vouchers, 108, 181; land grants, 3, 105. 

Campbell, Patrick, on Cherokee expedition, 
172 ; witness, 6, 179. 

Campbell, Col. Robert, in Revolution, 271; 
witness, 29. 

Campbell, Samuel, receipt, 46, 201 ; wit- 
ness, 28. 

Campbell, Samuel D.. letters, 281, 282. 

Campbell, Dr. Samuel L., letters to, 269, 
270; Memoir, 281. 

Campbell, Sarah B., letter, 237 ; educa- 
tion, 232 ; marriage, 235. 

Campbell, William, in Dunmore's War, 75, 
76, 83-85, 88 ; muster roll, 81 ; in Rev- 
olution, 217, 207; leads expedition, 129, 
130, 134. 137 ; disabled, 130 ; magis- 
trate, 135; letters, 127, 128, 134; re- 
ceipts, 36, 194, 195; witness, 187; mes- 
senger, 137 ; Kentucky land, 302 ; sketchy 
269. 

Campbell, William M., supplies for Chero- 
kee expedition, 168. 

Campbell family, information on, 293. 
Campbell County (Ky.) , Revolutionary 
veteran in, 264. 

Campleton, Capt. John, in Revolution, 255, 

256. 
Canada, geography of, 305 ; population, 
308. 

Can;ils, proposed system, 305. 
Cancer, remedy for, 303, 306. 



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Canning, E. W. B., narrative, 297. 

Caret, Richard, receipt, 197. 

Carleton, Sir Guy, British commander, 107. 

Carlile, James, land agent, 3. 

Carlile, John, receipt, 14, 20, 29, 48. 

Carlile, Robert, receipt, 39. 

Carlisle, William, sells horse, 207. 

Carlisle (Pa.), native, 259. 

Carneal, E., lawsuit, 254. 

Carolina, boundary, 61 ; explored, 147. 
See also North Carolina, and South 
Carolina. 

Caroline County (Va.), letter from, 22. 

Carmack, Cornelius, in Revolution, 271. 

Carpenter, Capt. Christopher, in Revolu- 
tion, 259. 

Carpenter, Joseph, soldier, 51. 

Carpenter, Solomon, account, 51- 

Carpenter, Thomas, receipt, 51, 198. 

Carr, John, survey for, 192. 

Carrick, Rev. — , residence, 303. 

Carrington. Philip, on Committee of Safety, 
108. 

Carroll, Capt. Charles, in Revolution, 268. 

Carroll, Joseph, witness. 172, 174; receipt, 
174. 

Carson, David, purchases provisions, 180. 

Carson, Richard, land claim, 234. 

Carson, William, receipt, 51. 

Carter, — , Kentucky land owner, 100. 

Carter, Deal, killed by Indians, 95. 

Carter, James, land grant, 3. 

Carter, John, letter, 110 ; survey for, 192. 

Carter, Merry, receipt, 196. 

Cartmill, Henry, receipt, 168, 184. 

Cartrell, Ensign Thomas, in Revolution, 
263. 

Carver, Jonathan, travels, 305. 

Carvin, — , lawsuit, 58. 

Carvin, Edward, receipt. 172, 198. 

Cary, Col. Archibald, letters, 59, 114. 

Casber, Jonathan, pension statement, 265, 
266. 

Castor oil, production of, 305. 

Castle, Bazle, pension statement, 265. 

Castle, Jacob, at Battle of King's Moun- 
tain, 265. 

Castle Hill (Va.), Walker's residence, 142, 
144, 286, 287. 

Castle's Woods (Va.), garrison at, 91, 93, 

95 ; letter from, 69. 
Caswell, G ov. Richard, commission, 11 7. 

Catawba Indians, in French and Indian 

War, 9 ; in Dunmore's War, 91. 
Cates, Conrad, receipt, 29. 
Cathey, Edward, witness, 173. 
Cathey, Capt. James, militia officer, 2. 
Catron, Peter, pension statement, 265. 



Catron, Stuffle, son, 265. 

Cavanaugh, Philip, in Dunmore's War, 84. 

Cavil, Capt. Samuel, in Revolution, 266. 

Cayuga Indians, chief, 295. 

Cecil (Md.), visit to, 245. 

Cement, recipe for, 306. 

Centre Coun ty ( Pa. ) , Revolutionary vet- 
.eran in, 260. 

Chalmers, George, Introduction to His- 
tory of revolt of American Colonies,. 
cited, 278 ; account of battle cited, 283. 

Chambers, Col." James, in Revolution, 258„ 

Chambers, John, receipt, 14, 35. 

Chambersburg (Pa.), resident, 265. 

Champaign County ( Ohio) , Revolutionary- 
veteran in, 268. 

Champ, William, sells provisions, 175. 

Chaney, Charles, survey for, 192. 

Chaplin, Moses M., certification, 257. 

Charter, James, receipt, 198. 

Charleston (S. C), route via, 60; in Cher- 
okee War, 151; Revolution, 128, 129; 
letter from, 151. 

Charleston (Va. and W. Va.), resident, 
280 ; distances to, 308 ; Courier, reprint 
from, 293. 

Charlestown (Mass.), victory at, 112. 

Charlestown (Va.), letter from, 247. 

Charlton, Capt. — , money from, 104. 

Charlton , James, receipt, 207. 

Charlton, John, sells horses, 207. 

Chatham, Capt John, in Revolution, 249 P 
259, 269, 270. 

Chaufour, — . See Louviere. 

Chemistry, list of books on, 303. 

Chenoweth, William, attacked by Indians* 
284. 

Cherokee Indians, in French and Indian 
War, 9, 10, 12, 22, 36, 37, 50, 149; 
maltreated by whites, 7, 58 ; treaty with, 
00; boundary line, 54, 70, 71, 90, 117^ 
118 ; wish to avoid war, 74, 79 ; dreaded, 
75 ; instigated by British, 80, 110 ; hos- 
tile, 76, 90-92, 105, 106, 109-114, 150- 
154, 165, 265, 295 ; message to, 78, 81 t 
102, 105 ; message from, 96, 100, 109 ; 
council with, 97, 116-118; do not "obey 
chiefs, 97 ; expedition against, 112-116,. 
137, 145, 163-210, 213, 214, 266, 277; 
encroachments on, 228 ; mission for, 228 ; 
sell land, 99, 101, 102 ; chief's kindness, 
286 ; corn dance, 90. 
Chester County (Pa.), native, 256, 257; 
residents, 225, 226 ; marriages in, 223 ; 
courts, 233 ; lawsuit, 244 ; land, 231. 
Chew, Benjamin, student at Princeton, 302 ;. 

legal opinion, 233. 
Chew, Colby, surveyor, 124. 



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Chew, Maj. James, in Revolution, 212; let- 
ter, 213; death, 225. 

Chicago Times, clipping from, 297. 

Chickamauga Indians, expedition against, 
3 29, 260. 

Chickasaw Indians, mission to, 224 ; trade 
with, 228 ; missionaries among, 307. 

Childress, James, sells cotton, 251. 

Chilhowe campaign, 275, 277. 

Chillicothe, Shawnee town, 214. 

Chillicothe (Ohio), residents, 285, 286, 299; 
letter from, 286 ; statement taken- at, 
252 ; Gazette, cited, 254, 289. 

Chippewa Indians, attack Kentuckians, 
212. 

Chips, — , charge against, 241. 

Chota, Cherokee town, 79, 151. 

Chouteau, Peter, Indian, agent, 248. 

Christian, Col. George, letter, 275, 277; 
statement criticized, 272. 

Christian, Gilbert, commands fort, 95 ; on 
Cherokee expedition, 200 ; letter, 109 ; 
letter to, 144. 

Christian, Capt. Israel, militia officer, 11 ; 
witness, 28 ; emigration to Virginia, 
294; death, 294. 

Christian, J. Bolivar, notes on, 294. 

Christian, J. R., letters, 293, 294 ; letter to, 
294 ; ancestry, 294. 

Christian, Capt. John, militia officer, 2. 

Christian; Col. William, magistrate, 135 ; in 
Virginia legislature, 139, 141 ; opposition 
to, 66 ; land grant, 68, 100 ; Indian com- 
missioner, 116, 117 ; in Dunmore*s War, 
77, 92, 96, 157-159, 161 ; company rolls, 
57, 58, 88; letters, 74-79, 87, 89, 98, 
100, 105, 106, 111, 115, 116, 125, 137, 
141, 144, 155, 159, 217, 227, 229, 230 ; 
letters to, 75, 76, 103, 107 ; messenger, 
102 ; message for, 98 ; sends message to 
Kentucky, 106 ; account of Point Pleas- 
ant expedition, 97 ; commands Cherokee 
expedition, 116, 175, 180, 182, 183, 193, 
267, 277 ; defending frontier, 218 ; call 
for meeting, 163; biographical data, 271; 
death, 294. 

Christian, Mrs. 1 William, message for, 158; 
death, 233. 

Christian family, information on, 275, 293, 
294. 

Christian County (Ky.), academy in, 242- 
244. 

Christie, Dr. — , sells medicine, 238. 

Church, Robert, receipt, 190. 

Churchman, George, certification, 231. 

Cincinnati (Ohio), resident, 282* Draper 
at, 240; house rent, 284. 

Claiborne, William, introduced, 240. 



Claiborne County (Miss.), emigration to, 
286. 

Claire, — , account, 254. 

Clark, George Rogers, defends frontier, 127, 
128, 296; returns to Virginia, 122; ex- 
peditions, 143, 222, 279 ; troops, 219 ; re- 
inforced, 130; in Illinois, 218; public ac- 
counts, 224 ; information on, 282. 

Clark, Col. Isaac, representative, 127. 

Clark, Capt. James, in Revolution, 268. 

Clark, Jeremiah, survey for, 192. 

Clark, Reuben, reference, 269. 

Clark, Robert, receipt, 191. 

Clark, Capt. Walter, in Revolution, 258. 

Clark, Capt. William, defends frontier, 254. 

Clark County (111-0, Revolutionary veteran 
in, 261, 263. 

Clarke, John, land entry, 304. 

Clarksburg (Va.), letter from, 271 ; dis- 
tance to, 308. 

Claxton, Remsen & Haffelfinger, publishers, 
291. 

Clay, Henry, biography, 279. 

Claypole, Gen. — , loyalist, 278. 

Clements, Jacob, land grant, 3 ; receipt, 
36. 

Clendennin, Charles, receipt, 48. 

Clendennin, James, soldier, 48. 

Clifton, John, loyalist, 138. 

Clingan, William, account, 243 ; witness, 
233. 

Clinton, Gen. Henry, in Revolution, 126. 

Clinton (Tenn.), letter from, 271. 

Clover, yield per acre, 304. 

Cloyd, David, receipt, 50. 

Cloyd, Joseph, ranging, 56 ; commands 
militia, 77 ; in Revolution, 134, 215, 217 ; 
letters, 70, 138, 143; letters to, 75, 76; 
receipts, 176, 177 ; money for, 56, 57 ; 
lawsuit, 59, 63 ; charges against, 10. 

Cloyd, Michael, receipt, 194. 

Cloyd, Ninian, family at fort, 77. 

Cluggage, Capt. Robert, in Revolution, 
257, 258; orders, 216; letter, 216. 

Cluggage, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 
257, 258. 

Clymer, George, commissioner, 119. 

Coal, in Illinois, 156 ; method of locating, 
300. 

Coburn, Jonathan, survey for, 192. 

Cochran, Samuel, surveyor, 231. 

Cocke, James, letter to, 193. 

Cocke, Gen. Stephen, letter, 270. 

Cocke, William, in French and Indian War, 
148 ; goes to Carolina, 91 ; raises men, 
94, 101 ; pursues Indians, 95 ; defended, 
183; not at Battle of Long Island, 271; 
letters, 86, 89-91, 97, 110; message for, 



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Cocke, William— continued 

144 ; resolution of, 93 ; desires service, 
97 ; biographical data, 270. 

Codere, John, receipt, 29. 

Cole, Charles, article, 295, 296. 

Cole, S., pension clerk, 288. 

Coleman, Southerly H., certification, 261. 

Collier, Moses, receipts, 198. 

Collins, Capt. — , money from, 104. 

Collins, William, receipt, 207. 

Colton, Calvin, Life of Clay, criticized, 
297. 

Columbia County (Pa.), Revolutionary- 
veteran in, 255, 256. 

Columbus (Miss.), letter from, 270. 

Colvill, Andrew, residence, 78. 

Committee of Safety, named, 107. 

Congress, early session, 237 ; petition to, 
254 ; apportions representation, 236 ; 
representatives, 249, 292 ; grant for 
schools, 243 ; action on treaty, 240. See 
also Continental Congress. 

Conjurer, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Connolly, John, maltreats Indian, 7. 

Connolly, Capt. John, in Dunmore's War, 
77, 79 ; gives information, 74. 

Connor, Daniel, receipt, 24. 

Constitution. See United States. 

Continental army, troops for, 135. 

Continental Congress, meeting, 90 ; dele- 
gates, 87, 107 ; Indian policy, 122 ; fron- 
tier defense, 119; criticized, 124. 

Coochocking. See Cuchackunk. 

Cook, Capt. — •, in Revolution, 264. 

Cook, Adam, soldier, 208. 

Cook, Col. Edward, letter to, 212. 

Cook, Harmon, receipt, 176. 

Cook, John, letter, 182 ; receipt, 208 : 
ness, 176. 

Cooper, Alexander, leases land, 244 
fendant, 245, 247 ; witness, 239. 

Cooper, H., visits Illinois, 241 ; letter 
from, 243. 

Cooper, James, loyalist, 138. 

Cooper, John, leases land, 240, 244, 245 ; 
defendant, 247. 

Cooper, Thomas, land claim, 242, 244 ; no- 
tice served on, 245. 

Copeley, Thomas, loyalist, 135. 

Copeman, David, loyalist, 138. 

Corbet, James, receipt, 168. 

Corn, yield per acre, 304. 

Corn, Timothy, pension statement, 288. 

Cornstalk, Shawnee chief, 164, 165, 269 ; 
letter to, 102, 104 ; murder of, 213-215, 
253, 258, 270, 277, 281, 288, 293. 

Cornwall (Eng.), resident, 1. 



wit- 



de- 



Cbrnwallis, George, earl, in Revolution, 126, 
139 ; surrenders, 259, 261, 266, 269. 

Cosby, David, note, 50. 

Coshocton, Indian town, 255^ See also 
Cuchackunk. 

Cotton, purchased, 251, 252 ; machines for 
carding, 237 ; directions for dyeing, 301 ; 
factory established, 304. 

Coudry, Isaac, cotton buyer, 251. 

Coul, Samuel, receipt, 207. 

Coulton, Robert, witness, 2. 

Coulter, Michael, receipt, 188 ; witness, 
189. 

Cove, garrisoned, 100. 

Cow Pasture (Pa.), route via, 56. 

Cow Pasture ( Va. ) , resident, 108 ; mas- 
sacre at. 57. 

Cowalt, Abraham, residence, 258. 

Cowan, Andrew, sells horses, 204. 

Cowan, John, in Dunmore's War, 82. 

Cowan, Robert, receipt, 190. 

Cowan, William, land grant, 104. 

Cox, — , reprieve for, 239. 

Cox, Capt- — , captured, 217. 

Cox, Lieut. Gabriel, in Revolution, 210. 

Cox, George, pension statement, 261, 262, 
267. 

Cox, Capt. Isaac, in Revolution, 257, 262, 
2G7. 

Cox, Capt. John, commands militia, 92- 
94, 96 ; deposition, 134 ; loyalist, 138. 

Cox, Joseph, survey for, 192. 

Cox, Joshua, soldier, 51. 

Cox family, attacked by Indians, 284. 

Cox's Station (Ky.), route via, 224. 

Coyatee expedition, 275. 

Crabtree, Isaac, murders Indians, 74, 76, 
78 ; trial, 78 ; desires to serve in militia, 
86. 

Crabtree, Nicholas, receipt, 180. 

Craddock, Capt. — , land warrants, 145. 

Craford, Peter, obligation, 120. 

Cragf ont ( Tenn. ) , Winchester's residence, 
236. 

Craghead, — , commission dealer, 1. 

Craig, Rev. — , Presbyterian minister, 62, 
275 ; message for, 55. 

Craig, Alexander, agent, 103 ; letter, 104 ; 
residence, 106. 

Craig, John, assignee, 223 ; land entry, 
223 ; survey for, 230 ; promissory note, 
246. 

Craig, Lewis, bond ; 227 ; articles of agree- 
ment, 227 ; order, 237 ; promissory note, 
246. 

Craig, Samuel, commands on Cherokee ex- 
pedition, 166 ; voucher, 175. 

Craig, Whitfield, promissory note, 246. 



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Craig family, notes on, 294. 

Craighead, Rev. Thomas, residence, 303. 

Cramer, Zadock, Ohio Navigator, excerpts 

from, 248. 
Crank, John, receipt, 51"; account, 52. 
Cranmer, G. L., article, 296. 
Craven, Robert, residence, 12. 
Crawford, Andrew, receipt, 184. 
Crawford, James, death, 6. 
Crawford, Col. John, mentioned, 277. 
Crawford, William, residence, 75 ; receipt, 

168. 
Crawford, Col. William, surveyor, 69, 102- 

104 ; defeated, 279. 
Creek Indians, dissatisfaction, 236. 
Creeks : 

Back, resident, 59. 

Beargrass, Letter from, 128, 144, 229. 

Beaver (Pa.), Indian hostilities on, 70. 

Beaver (Va.), land sale on, 62. 

Bluestone, land grant on, 5. 

Brashear's, lands on, 129. 

Carr's, tour to, 65 ; hostilities on, 248, 
281. 

Cripple, land on, 62. 

Crooked, at Point Pleasant, 273. 

Drake, land claims on, 225, 231. 

Elk, post on, 96; Tories, 111; route via, 
89. 

Elkhorn, lands on, 100, 124. 

Pish, lands on, 300. 

Grave, fort on, 256, 260 ; defeat near, 
212. 

Greasy, militia at, 87, 132. 

Horse, settlements on, 109. 

Indian, letter from, 72 ; protection for, 
164 ; mouth of, 211. 

Island, Indian alarm at, 215. 

Laurel, defense of, 262. 

Lawrence's, lands on, 71, 219, 227, 229, 
230, 238-240, 304, 307. 

Lee's, lands on, 220, 224, 230, 242. 

Licking, mouth of, 218. 

Mash, settler on, 63. 

Moccasin, settlement on, 75, 93. 

Muddy, Indian attack on, 82 ; forts, 164, 
165, 177 ; settlements, 211. 

Owl, expedition to, 262. 

Point, scouting near, 77. 

Potts's, lands on, 64, 126 ; tour to. 64, 65. 

Pucketty, scouting on, 268. 

Reed, tour to, 65, 106 ; lands on, 63, 68 ; 
surveying, 60 ; militia from, 163 ; set- 
tlers, 89. 

Reedy, garrison on, 95 ; ranging, 93. 

Renfro's, land on, 62. 

Rich, alarm on, 88 ; protection for, 80, 
89 ; letters from, 77, 84, 87, 89. 



Creeks — continued 

Sandy, expedition on, 9, 10 : Indian 
alarm, 78; scouting on, 116; fort, 10O; 
route via, 98. 

Shallow, land on, 62. 

Sinking, massacre at, 82 ; forts on, 217. 

Skagg's, battle on, 261. 

Tom's, resident, H29. 

Tygart's, lands on, 243, 244, 246, 302, 
303. 

Walker's, in Dunmore's War, 76 ; loyal- 
ists on, 130 ; garrison, 100, 217. 

Wheeling, settlements on, 182; fort, 77. 

Wills, in Indian Wars, 9. 

Wolf, loyalists on, 130. 
Cresap, Michael, murders Indians, 98. 
Cresap, Col. Thomas, expeditions, 285. 
Crinar, John, messenger, 84. 
Crockett, — , resigns, 4. 
Crockett, Andrew, receipt, 176. 
Crockett, Anthony, voucher, 219. 
Crockett. Hugh, receipt, 206. 
Crockett, James, account, 50. 
Crockett, John, receipt, 44, 178. 
Crockett, Col. Joseph, in Revolution, 129, 

130; letter, 126. 
Crockett, Robert, land grant, 3. 
Crockett, Samuel, receipt, 50, 196. 
Crockett, Capt. Walter, in Dunmore's War, 

75, 76, 88, 92, 95 ; in Revolution, 115, 

130, 131, 163, 217, 221, 265. 
Croft, William, sells cotton, 251. 
Croft, William S., cotton buyer, 251. 
Croghan, George, Indian agent, 70. 
Croghan, Maj. William, letter to, 246. 
Crosby, William, letter to, 242. 
Crow, Capt. William, letter, 71 ; witness. 

175; sells horses, 195; account settled, 

122. 
Crouch family, at fort, 77. 
Crozier, William A., Virginia Colonial 

Militia, cited, 72, 73, 81, 158-162. 
Crucible, directions for making, 301. 
Cruger, Mrs. Lydia, statement, 298 ; refer- 
ence to, 289 ; information concerning, 

290. 
Cruger, Michael, receipt, 179. 
Cuchackunk (Coochocking), Indian town, 

211, 212. See also Coshocton. 
Culbertson, — , residence, 75. 
Culbertson's Bottom ( Va.l) , letter from, 

77, 81-83 ; Indian alarm at, 215 ; defense 

of, 80. 
Cullan, Alexander, receipt, 204. 
Culpeper County (Va.), native, 264. 
Culton, Capt. Joseph, militia officer, 11„, 
Cumberland (Tenn.), resident, 236. 



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Cumberland County ( Pa.) , in Revolution, 
•' 256, 259, 260. 

Cummings, Alexander, magistrate, 133. 

Cu minings, Rev. Charles, Presbyterian min- 
ister, 275 ; on committee of safety, 107 ; 
messenger, 93, 94 ; family endangered, 
95. 

Cummings, James L., letter, 271. 

Cummings, Joseph, statement of account, 9. 

Cummings, Josiah, receipt, 14, 29, 62. 

Cu-mmings, Robert E., affidavit before, 266. 

Cunningham, — , land entry, 221, 224, 230, 
242. 

Cunningham, Lieut. — , commendation, 154. 

Cunningham, John T., receipt, 29. 

Cunningham, Moses, receipt, 168. 

Cunningham, William, receipt, 49. 

Cunningham family, notes on, 294. 

Currey, John, receipt, 194. 



Dailey, John, affidavit, 255. 

Dale, Alexander, receipt, 45. 

Dallas, Alexander James, Pennsylvania 
t Cases t cited, 234. 

Dandridge, A. J., Kentucky land owner, 
100. 

Dandridge, Adam Stephen, notes on, 282. 

Dandridge, Alexander, Spootswood, land 
grant; 68 ; surveyor, 70 ; letter, 71 ; notes 
on, 282, 285. 

Dandridge, Col.' Nathaniel, letters, 285. 

Dandridge, Philip P., letters, 282, 285. 

Dandridge, Stephen, reference to, 274 ; in- 
formation from, 279. 

Dandridge family, notes on, 283. 

Daniel, John, reference, 269. 

Daniel, Thomas, reference, 269. 

Danville (Ky.), letters from, 144, 145, 
297 ; residents, 229 ; route via, 308. 

Dark, Gen. William, in Revolution, 259 ; 
papers, 278. 

Darnell, Lawrence, surveyor, 70, 71. 

Darr, — , petition, 56. 

Davidson, Maj. Daniel, in Revolution, 259. 

Davidson, George, scout, 164. 

Davidson, Isaac, pension statement, 259. 

Davidson, John, assignee, 106. 

Davidson, Robert, History of Presbyterian 
Church in Kentucky, cited, 280. 

Davidson, Walter, receipt for, 207. 

Davidson, William, receipt, 168. 

Davies, James, account, 58. 

Davies, John, receipt, 22, 29. 

Davies, Jonathan, certificate, 141. 

Davies, Rev. Samuel, president of Prince- 
ton, 285. 

Davies, Thomas, receipt, 53 ; account, 53. 



Davies, William, certificate, 141. 

Davies, Col. William, in Revolution, 285. 

Davis, — , message for, 53. 

Davis, Caleb, signs document, 233. 

Davis, David, land grant, 3. 

Davis, Israel, receipt, 172. 

Davis, James, fort at house, 79. 

Davis, Peter, receipt, 200. 

Davis, Samuel, receipt, 168. 

Davis, Samuel, pension statement, 288. 

Davis, W. M., receipt, 50 ; witness, 50. 

Davis, William, sergeant, 12 ; receipt, 25. 

Davison, Capt. — , letter, 138. 

Davison, George, receipt, 25 ; soldier 29. 

Davison, James, receipt, 25 ; soldier, 29. 

Davison, John, receipt, 25; soldier, 29. 

Davison, Samuel, receipt, 29, 48. 

Daviss, Mrs. Rebecca, letter to, 1. 

Davy, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 258. 

Day, Edward, creditor, 240. 

Day, Isaac, certificate, 245. 

Day, John, receipt, 29. 

Day Sr., John, pension statement, 263, 264. 

Day Jr., John, affidavit, 263, 264. 

Day, Nathaniel, receipt, 29. 

Day family, captured by Indians, 264. 

Decalves, Don Alonso, New Travels, ex- 
cerpts from, 230. 

Deer skins, sale of, 100. 

Dehart, Hannah, receipt, 183. 

Dehart, Simon, sells provisions, 183, 184. 

Delany, Joseph, land entry, 225. 

Delaware Indians, hostile, 125, 248 ; treaty 
with, 122. 

Delosair, Simon, wages, 197. 

Delzell, Mrs. Martha, sketch, 293. 

Deraere, Capt. Paul, in French and Indian 
War, 149. 

Denny, L. S., affidavit before, 259. 

Dent, Lieut. John, in Revolution, 255. 

Denton, Benjamin, tombstone, 292, 293. 

Detroit, in Revolution, 165, 212. 

Devereaux, Charles, to supply lead, 91 ; 
accused of disloyalty, 137. 

Devereaux, Nancy, letter, 137. 

Dewit, Ezekiel, voucher, 210. 

Dick, negro wounded by Indians, 121. 

Dickerson, Thomas, pension statement, 250. 

Dickeson, Joseph, receipt, 190. 

Dickey, Capt. George, in Revolution, 259. 

Dickinson, — , supplies provisions, 12. 

Dickinson, Col. John, land grant, 66, 07 ; 
Indian skirmish, 75, 78; in Dunmore's 
War, 274 ; in Revolution, 258 ; letter, 
108. 

Dickson, James, supplies for Cherokee ex- 
pedition, 168. 

Dickson, John, letter, 235. 



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Digges, Dudley, on Committee of Safety, 
108; letter, 133. 

Dillon, Isaac, survey for, 192. 

Dilworth, Charles, letter, 235, 237; letter 
to, 237. 

Dinwiddie, Gov. Robert, letters, 9, 10, 19 ; 
letters to, 9-11 ; commissions, 6, 8; 
proclamation, 148 ; departure, 26. 

Diseases, prescriptions for, 306. 

District of Columbia, resident, 297. 

Dixon, John. See Dickson. 

Dixon, William, information from, 242. 

Dixon's Springs (Tenia.), letter from, 270, 
276. 

Doack, Capt. Robert, residence, 72 ; sur- 
veys boundary, 68 ; paper sent to, 68 ; 
commands militia, 76, 79, 89 ; muster 
roll, 73 ; letters, 62, 63, 79 ; mentioned, 
62, 68 ; death, 83. 

Doack, William, commands militia, 92 ; re- 
turn of, 134 ; letters, 90, 138 ; messen- 
ger, 127. 

Dobbs, Arthur, governor of North Carolina, 
150. 

Doddridge, Eliza M., death, 251. 

Doddridge, Dr. Joseph, letters, 252, 253 ; 
letter to, 252 ; commended, 308 ; pseud- 
onym, 254 ; elegy, 251 ; Logan, a drama, 
295; criticized, 252, 300; Noies on Set- 
tlements, 295 ; mentioned, 270, 299 ; 
new edition, 281, 288-291, 300; Tutela, 
299 ; memoir on, 289, 290 ; date of 
death, 290. 

Doddridge, Mrs. Joseph, letters to, 253 ; 
date of death, 290. 

Doddridge, Narcissa, articles, 281, 284-288; 
memorandum, 252 ; letters, 288-291 ; let- 
ter for, 291 ; memoir of father, 290 ; 
publisher for, 291. 

Doddridge Si\, Philip, family attacked, 
288, 289. 

Doddridge, Philip, letter, 241, 247, 249, 
254 ; letter to, 252 ; sketch, 299. 

Doddridge, Philip B., obituary, 288. 

Doddridge, R. Reeves, elegy for, 299. 

Doddridge, Rezin, on journey, 253. 

Doddridge family, captured, 288, 289 ; 
genealogical notes on, 288. 

Dodge, Capt. John, characterized, 218. 

Doe, John, ejectment notice, 243, 244. 

Doggett, R., reported killed, 105. 

Dogwood (Ga.), letter from, 271. 

Dohrman, — , desires land grant, 228. 

Donahee, Charles, witness, 2. 

Donald, Robert, messenger, 84. 

Donaldson, — , on endorsement. 1. 

Donaldson, Charles, lawsuit, 241. 



Donelson, Col. John, surveys boundary, 62, 
73, 94 ; party disguised, 94 ; purchase 
from Indians, 92 ; letter, 122 ; emigration 
to Tennessee, 276 ; journal of voyage, 
219. 

Donnally, Capt. Andrew, residence, 164; 
fort at, 253, 264 ; receipt, 177 ; messen- 
ger, 165. See also Forts: Donnally. 

Donnally, Charles, receipt, 14. 

Donnally, Francis, land grant, 3. 

Dooley, Moses, receipt, 190. 

Dooley. Thomas, receipt, 195. 

Doublehead, Cherokee chief, 286. 

Dougherty, George, assignee, 228, 229, 238 ; 
assigns land, 239; receipt, 239; payment 
to, 240. 

Dougherty, Henry, family endangered, 94 ; 
land grant, D05J 

Dougherty, Joseph, family endangered, 94. 

Dougherty, Michael, plans for defense, 92; 
in Dunmore's War, 95 ; certificate, 141. 

Douglas, James, surveyor, 65, 106; letter, 
HO ; confession, 133. 

Douglas, John, killed by Indians, 112. 

Douglas, Thomas, loyalist, 133 ; confession, 
133. 

Douglass, Maj. Edward, letter, 238. 

Dove, — , western settler, 62. 

Dowchar, — , widow pensioned, 4. 

Downard, Thomas, loyalist, 138. 

Downing, John, commissioner, 247. 

Downing, Capt. Timothy, in Revolution, 

260, 264. 

Downs, Capt. — , debtor, 6. 

Dragging Canoe, Cherokee chief, 117, 277, 
295. 

Drake, Benjamin, witness, 246. 

Drake, Ephraim, scout, 70. 

Drake, F. Randolph, sells cotton, 251. 

Drake, Joseph, in Dunmore's War, 81 ; 
reprimanded, 85, 86 ; bond, 120. 

Draper, John, in Dunmore's War, 81, 82 ; 
commands militia, 113 ; receipts, 178, 
209 ; owns Kentucky land, 100 ; accused 
of disloyalty, 138. 

Draper, Mrs. John, captivity, 284. 

Draper, Joseph, narrative, 284. 

Draper, Lyman C, letters, 273. 276 ; let- 
ters to, 248, 269-291, 293-298; secures 
Preston papers, 298 ; proposed book, 274, 
283. 284 ; plans to reedit Doddridge's 
Notes, 289-291 ; indexes, 146, 158, 162, 
3 66, 218, 224, 299; map, 273; memo- 
randa, 182, 267, 287, 300: notes, 146,240, 
242, 251, 273, 285, 298, 299; transcripts, 
219, 228, 252, 253, 281, 285, 288, 296; 
list of references, 224 ; endorsements, 

261, 278, 308; 



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Draper's Meadows ( Va. ) , Preston's resi- 
dence, 77, 142 ; guarded, 120. 

Drennon, Mrs. Thomas, killed by Indians, 
264. 

Drennon family, attack on, 298. 

Droudy, Daniel, receipt, 24. 

Dryden, James, receipt 201. 

Dryden, Nathaniel, receipt, 201. 

Dryden, Thomas, receipt, 46. 

Dryden, William, receipt, 222. 

Dublin (Ireland), residents, 1, 294. 

Duffy, Patrick, receipt, 14, 29, 47. 

Duke, Francis, commissary at Port Henry, 
210. 

Button, Philip, settler, 62. 

Dunbar, William, notes on hot springs, 247. 

Duncan, Edwin S., letter, 270, 271. 

Duncan, James, commissary, 143. 

Duncan, Capt. John, in Revolution, 207. 

Dunkard Bottom (Va.) , document signed 
at, 54 ; letters from, 74, 121 ; residents, 
294 ; changes hands, 56. 

Dunlap, Capt. — , on Sandy Creek expedi- 
tion, 10 ; residence, 26, 27. 

Dunlap, Alexander, land grant, 3. 

Dunlap, James, witness, 24, 43. 

Dunlap's Maryland Gazette, cited, 164, 165. 

Dunlevy, George, pension statement taken 
before, 253, 254. 

Dunlop, Ephraim, account book, 163 ; re- 
ceipt, 180. 

Dunmore, John Murray, earl, governor of 
Virginia, 79 ; letters, 77, 80, 105 ; letters 
to, 101, 105; land policy, 104; issues 
warrants, 65-70, 73, 100, 123, 124 ; 
proclamations, 107 ; expedition against 
Indians, 74, 81, 87, 88, 90, 110, 157, 
159, 269; makes treaty, 98; sends mes- 
sage to Cornstalk, 102; to Cherokee, 105; 
message from Cherokee, 100 ; motives dis- 
cussed, 98, 99, 281, 296; in Revolution, 
111, 115. 

Dunne, Thomas, certificate, 141. 

Dutch Station (Ky.) , commissioners at, 
224. 

Dutton, Philip, accused of disloyalty, 133, 
138. 

Duval, Benjamin, surveyor, 156. 

Duvall, Edward, business affairs, 253. 

Dye, Stephen, account, 239. 

Dyerly, Peter, residence, 121. 

Dysart, Archibald, witness, 225. 

Dysart, James, in Revolution, 204. 



Eaken, Robert, receipt, 184. 
Early, David, letter to, 242. 
Early, Capt. Jeremiah, in Revolution, 266. 



Easton, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

Eaton, Amos, residence, 96, 110- 

Eaton's Station (Tenn.), settled, 219. 

Fberman, John, justice of peace, 249. 

Eckhols, Jacob, sells horses, 197. 

Eckhols, John, witness, 157 ; receipt, 174. 

Edgar, George, receipt, 195. 

Edmisron, Samuel. See Edmondson. 

Edmimdson, — T divinity pupil, 64. 

Edmondson, A. J., dt'.-ith, 293. 

Edmondson, Captj Andrew, mentioned, 276. 

Edmondson, James, receipt, 168. 

Edmondson, John, receipt, 176. 

Edmondson, Col. Robert, in Revolution, 266, 
267, 271; killed. 272. 

Edmondson, Col. Robert B., reference to, 
276. 

Edmondson (Edmiston), Samuel, land 
grant, QQ ; on Cherokee expedition, 179, 
182 ; voucher, 180 ; in Revolution, 200, 
276. 

Edmondson, Col. William, land grant, 66 ; 
justice of peace, 218 ; in Revolution, 260, 
267, 276 ; military commissions, 273. 

Edmundsburg (Va.>, letter from, 140. 

Education. See Schools. 

Edwards, Capt. — , taxes, 142. 

Edwards, Amos, receipt, 47. 

Edwards, Frederick, receipt, 172, 175. 

Edwards, James L., pension commissioner, 
268 ; letter, 283. 

Egan, James, affidavit, 251. 

Elk Garden (Va.i), fort at, 93, 95. 

Elkton (Md.), letter from, 241, 246; lands 
in, 241. 

Elliot, Robert, receipt, 11. 

Elliot, Andrew, receipt, 19, 30. 

Elliott, James , messenger to Delaware^, 
211 ; military services, 241. 

Ellis, James, Revolutionary services, 262. 

Ellison, Amos, receipt, 184. 

Ellison, Mary, marriage, 263. 

Ellison, William, marriage, 263. 

Elsworth, John, warrant for, 240. 

Emans, William, receipt, 173. 

Emery, Will, Indian interpreter, 94. 

English. See British. 

English, Stephen, in Dunmore's War, 87. 

Epictetus, philosopher, 56. 

Erskine, Mrs. Margaret Handley, captiv- 
ity, 277 ; memoir, 279, 280. 

Erskine, Michael, married, 279. 

Essex County (Va.), letter from, 1. 

Estill, Mrs. — , captured by Indians, 276 ; 
descendants, 275 ; information concern- 
ing, 286. 

Estill, Benjamin, receipt, 15, 30, 40, 50; 
letters, 58, 276 ; witness, 53 ; reference 
to, 284. 



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Estill, Bond, receipt, 17, 30, 40. 

Estill, James, receipt, 123; defeat of, 277. 

Estill, John, receipt, 15, 17, 30; reference 
to, 284. 

Estill, Col. Samuel, Revolutionary services, 
263. 

Estill, Wallace, receipts, 40. 

Estill family, data on, 276. 

Eulen, Benjamin, leap, 280. 

Evans, David, receipt, 30. 

Evans, George, land entry, 221, 226, 302; 
survey for, 226, 242, 244. 

Evans, John, power of attorney, 241 ; bond, 
241 ; letter, 246. 

Evans, Walter, survey book, 244. 

Evans, Capt. William, resigns, 4. 

Evans' Mill (Va.), militia at, 45, 46; gran- 
ary, 48. 

Everard, Thomas, letter to, 193. 

Ewing, Baker, register of land office, 238. 

Ewing, Capt. James, in Cherokee expedi- 
tion, 181; promissory note, 263; memo- 
randum, 263 ; work for, 300. 

Ewing, John, receipt, 190 ; lawsuit, 241. 

Ewing, Joseph, messenger, 1. 

Ewing, Robert, receipt, 190. 

Ewing, Samuel, voucher, 181. 

Ewing, Young, land surveys, 243. 

Explorations, Walker's (1750), 119. 



Faber, — , theology, 300. 

Pagen, Philip. See Phagen. 

Paggs Manor (Pa..), resident, 210; church 
at, 234 ; letter from, 237. 

Fairfax (Va.), letter from, 280. 

Fairfax County (Va/), in Revolution, 268. 

Fairfield (Va.), resident, 60, 61. 

Palling, William, messenger, 78 ; scout, 112. 

Fanning, Bryant, loyalist, 138. 

Fanning, Elias, loyalist, 138. 

Farley, John, in Dunmore's War, 84. 

Fan\ Samuel, killed by Indians, 238. 

Fauquier, Francis, governor of Virginia, 
speech, 149 ; letters, 37, 54, 56, 148- 
153; letters to, 151, 154; grants commis- 
sions, 37, 52, 55. 

Pay, John, soldier, 44. 

Fayette County (Ky. and Va.), lands in, 
227, 229-231, 238, 239, 242; residents, 
226-228, 307 ; sentiment in, 239. 

Fayne, Capt. — , defeated, 275. 

Federalist, author, 232. 

Feemster, Thomas, receipt, 40. 

Ferry, William, receipt, 173. 

Fickle, R. P., letters; 296. 

File, John, receipt, 20, 30, 47 ; witness, 32. 



Fincastle (Court House, Va.), letters from r 
111, 279; letter to, 240; merchants of,. 
293 ; Herald, clippings from, 292-294. 

Fincastle County (Va.), seat, 64; lands in, 
65-70, 73, 100, 123 ; surveyor, 65, 69, 
70, 101, 102, 104, 106, 108; courts, 67,. 
109; county lieutenant, 112, 113; militia 
officers, 108, 145 ; troops in Dunmore's- 
War, 88, 157-160; muster rolls, 72, 73; 
troops in Revolution, 164; in Cherokee 
invasion, 163 ; frontiers guarded, 89, 
111 ; settlers, 77-79, 98, 122, 161 ; pro- 
posed division of, 71, 73 ; delegates to 
Assembly, 163. 

Finley, — , Augusta County settler, 57. 

Finley, Hannah Evans, children, 303 ; 
memorandum on, 300. 

Finley, James, receipt, 176J 

Finley, Rev. James, children, 303 ; infor- 
mation on, 283; estate, 304; epitaph, 
240. 

Finley, John, voucher, 181. 

Finley, Rev. John E,, Presbyterian minis- 
ter, 234 ; letters, 236, 237 ; letters to, 
233, 235, 237, 242 ; journey to Philadel- 
phia, 241; journey to Illinois, 241; per- 
forms marriages, 223, 240 ; subscrip- 
tions for, 234, 235 ; bonds, 233, 247 ; 
memoranda on miscellaneous matter, 210, 
220, 232, 23G, 237, 241-243, 245-249, 
251. 300-307; weather notes, 234; land. 
deeds, 155, 156, 220, 221, 239, 240, 307 r 
form of deed, 246 ; survey notes, 157,, 
242, 246, 248, 301; assignee, 228; law-- 
suits, 233-235, 244, 306; evicted, 232, 
247; agreement with Ruston, 225; ac- 
counts, 223, 252, 254; voucher, 252; re- 
ceipt for, 239 ; list of trustees, 242 ; . 
notes, 227, 230; diary of a tour, 241;; 
book of concessions, 226 ; descriptions, 
237 ; epitaphs copied, 300 ; index made, , 
302; biographical data, 283, 302; hand- 
writing, 156. 

Finley, Robert, witness, 17#; voucher, 181;. 

Finley, Robert Wilkes, residence, 303. 

Finley, Dr. Samuel, descendants, 283. 

Finley, William, militia officer, 4. 

Finley family, births, 303. 

Finney, Christopher, receipt, 20, 40. 

Finny, Samuel, witness, 226. 

Fitzpatrick, James, receipt, 19. 

Fitzpatrick, Thomas, account, 51. ,* 

Five Nations Indians. See Iroquois. 

Flax, directions for cultivating, 301. 

Fleming, Anne (Mrs, William), letters to*. 
157-160, 162. 

Fleming, C. I., letter to, 270. 

Fleming, John, receipt, 24. 



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Fleming, Capt. Thomas, land grant, 66. 

Fleming, Col. (Dr.) William, letters, 12, 
111, 114, 119, 121 t 134, 141, 154, 157- 
160, 163-165, 193, 211, 213, 218, 222, 
232; letters to, 104, 110, 120, 148, 155, 
163-165, 177, 182, 192, 193, 211, 213- 
217, 221, 223, 233 ; list of killed and 
wounded in Grant's defeat, 149 ; in Dun- 
more's War, 157-162 ; wounded, 162 ; 
county lieutenant of Botetourt, 101, 163, 
214 ; on Cherokee expedition, 154 ; search- 
ing for lands, 155 ; commissioner to ad- 
just Western claims, 141, 218, 222 ; re- 
signs from council, 222 ; protecting fron- 
tiers, 121, 122, 161, 182 ; application for 
■powder, 112, 113 ; message to Shawnee, 
120, 214, 215; residence, 100, 116; land 
grant, 65 ; receipt, 36 ; orderly book, 157 ; 
Journal of Point Pleasant expedition, 
162 ; journal of Kentucky journey, 218, 
224, 273 ; accounts, 223 ; discusses 
United States constitution, 232 ; bio- 
graphical data, 270, 271, 274, 294 ; pa- 
pers, 161, 282 ; signature, 159. 

Fleming, William, letter, 240. 

Fletcher, George, receipt, 207. 

Florence (Ala.), letter from, 270. 

Floyd, John, surveyor, 65, 67, 71, 74, 106, 
108, 109, 123, 124, 129; in danger, 75; 
returns from Kentucky, 87 ; in Dunmore's 
War, 98, 99 ; raises troops, 84, 86 ; com- 
mended, 140 ; messenger, 123 ; message 
for, 122, 125 ; money for, 215 ; commis- 
sion, 280 ; letters, 70, 160 ; killed by In- 
dians, 224. 

Floyd family, data on, 284. 

Folley, John, receipt, 15, 30. 

Fontaine, John, letter to, 236. 

Fontaine, Patrick Henry, letters, 282, 283. 

Foote, Thomas, land survey for, 246. 

Foote, Rev. William H., proposed history, 
280; Sketches of Virginia, cited, 291, 
292 ; address, 274. 

Force, Peter, manuscript collection, 271. 

Foreman, Capt. William, defeated, 212, 263, 
269. 

Forest Home (Miss.), resident, 288. 

Forks, Gordon, witness, 155. 

Forman, John, commissioner, 247. 

Forqueran, John, receipt, 196. 

Fcrts : List for frontier defense, 218 ; at 
lead mines, 113 ; in Dunmore's War, 94, 
100 ; French and Indian War, 148, 149 ; 
in Greenbrier, 213 ; Kentucky, 212 ; at 
Watauga, 114. 
Amherst, in French and Indian War, 48, 

51, 52, 55. 
Basley's, garrisoned, 260. 



Forts — continued 

Blackmore, in Dunmore's ^Var, 84, 93 ; 

attack on, 95, 96 ; garrisoned, 99, 100 ; 

in Revolution, 112, 116 ; importance 

of, 96. 
Blair, at Point Pleasant, 98, 104. 
Boone, in Revolution, 256. 
Bushe's, in Revolution, 259- 
Byrd, built, 79, 81. 
Byrd, on Clinch River. See below, 

Moore's. 
Camp Union, rendezvous, 211. 
Chartres, in Illinois, 155. 
Chiswell, built, 163 ; in Dunmore's War, 

79 ; in Revolution, 113 ; meeting at, 

127; letters from, 59, 75, 116, 124, 

126, 131, 163. 
Christian, built, 79.' 
Clark, at Kaskaskia,. 125. 
Cook's, in Revolution, 210, 262. 
Coontz, in Revolution, 259. 
Cox's, in Revolution, 265. 
Cumberland, route via, 56. 
Day's, in Revolution, 264. 
Dickinson's, in French and Indian War, 

18. 
Donnally's, attacked, 253, 264, 281 ; de- 
fense of, 122. 
Dunmore, on the Ohio, 87. 
Dunmore, in southwest Virginia, 77, 80. 
Duquesne, capture near, 12 ; expedition 

against, 148-150, 292.' 
Elk Garden, garrisoned, 93, 95, 
Ellis, in Revolution, 264. 
Fauquier, in French and Indian War, 

37, 38, 44, 45, 49 ; provisioned, 46, 47. 
Fincastle, built, 290, 296. 
Fredprick, in French and Indian War, 10. 
Freelands, attacked, 255, 256, 259, 260. 
George, in French and Indian War, 14- 

23. 26-29, 32, 37-39, 43. 
Grave Creek, in Revolution, 256, 260. 
Henry, in 17th Century, 147. 
Henry, on Greenbrier, 211. 
Henry, at Wheeling, built. 296 ; sieges 

of, 212, 213, 257, 260, 263, 264, 267- 

269, 295, 296, 298, 299 ; commissary 

book at, 210. 
Holliday's Cove, garrisoned, 257, 262. 
Holman's, 259. 
Hope, letter from, 56. 
Kelly's, in Revolution, 119-121, 193, 214, 

215. 
Lead Mine, in Pennsylvania, 259. 
Lead Mine, in "Virginia. See above, 

Chiswell. 
Lewis, in French and Indian War, 13- 

16, IS, 20-26, 28, 31. 



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Ports — continued 

Ligonier, in French and Indian War, 38, 
44. 

Lookout, letter from, 56. 

Loudoun, on southwest frontier, 149. 

Mcintosh, garrison of, 255, 266. 

Miller, in French and Indian War, 12, 
18, 22, 32. 

Montgomery, in Revolution, 261. 

Moore's (Byrd), on Clinch River, 92, 100. 

Muncy, In Pennsylvania, 260. 

Munsey, in "Virginia, 217. 

Murray, in Revolution, 256. 

Necessity, surrender of, 297. 

Nutter's, in Revolution, 259. 

Patrick Henry, built, 296 ; Cherokee at- 
tack, 165; treaty at, 116, 117; rendez- 
vous, 181 ; voyage from, 219. 

Pearis, evacuated, 216. 

Pitt, In Dunmore's War, 78, 87 ; in Rev- 
olution, 212, 266, 268, 287; Indian 
treaty at, 3 82; letter from, 119; pro- 
visions for, 192 ; distances from, 218. 

Potter's, garrisoned, 258, 260, 265. 

Preston, in Dunmore's War, 79, 84. 

Prickett, in Revolution, 210. 

Prince George, in French and Indian 
War, 10, 26, 151. 

Rail's, for frontier defense, 257. 

Randolph, in Revolution, 164, 276 ; gar- 
risoned, 213, 214, 258 ; reinforced, 192 ; 
attacked, 287; Indian murder at, 119; 
proposed treaty, 215 ; relics found, 293. 

Redstone, garrisoned, 268. 

Rice, attacked by Indians, 291. 

Robertdeau, in Revolution, 216. 

Sandy Creek, garrisoned, 100. 

Shepherd's, in Revolution, 257. 

Ticonderoga, captured, 104. 

Van Bibber's, in Revolution, 211. 

Van Meter, in Revolution, 287 ; described, 
281. 

Vause, location, 284 ; in Dunmore's War, 
77 ; letter from, 12 ; burned, 11. 

Walker's Creek, garrisoned, 100. 

Washington, visited, 9. 

Watson's, guarded, 265. 

Wheeling. See above, Henry. 

William, in French and Indian War, 13. 

William, in Kentucky, 128. 

William Henry, destroyed, 22. 

Wilson's, in French and Indian War, 12. 

Young, in French and Indian War, 26, 
36, 45, 46. 
Fout, Andrew, voucher, 2 10. 
Fout. David, not a pensioner, 288. 
Fowler family, endangered, 94. 



Fox, Arthur, land grant, 232 ; surveys, 229, 
230, 232 ; salt for, 237. 

France, see French. 

Francisco, Charles L., letter, 274. 

Francisco, Jacob, loyalist, 135/ 

Francisco, Michael, receipt, 204. 

Frankfort (Ky. ) , letter from, 241 ; route 
via, 308; Commonwealth,, clipping from, 
161. 

Franklin, Dr. Benjamin, lends money to 
Floyd, 122. 

Franklin, William, receipt, 185. 

Franklin, state organized, 228, 230, 276. 

Franks, — , furnishes goods, 153. 

Franks, David, Philadelphia merchant, 156. 

Franks, Jacob, London merchant, 156. 

Franks, Moses, London merchant, 156. 

Frankstown (Pa.), in Revolution, 216. 

Frazor, Joseph, land entry, 221. 

Frederick (Md.), native, 298. 

Frederick County (Va.), boundary line 
surveyed, 3. 

Fredericksburg (Va.), resident, 101; letters 
from, 8, 98. 

French, encroachments of, 148 ; join In- 
dian raid, 57 ; fur traders, 81 ; live in. 
Illinois, 224; land grant for, 307; aid 
United States in Revolution, 120, 129; 
list of phrases, 302. 

French Lick, on the Cumberland, 219 ; land 
office at, 225 ; letter from, 127. 

Frogg, John, notes on, 167, 276. 

Fry, Col. Joshua, map, 5. 

Fry, Mrs. Mildred, granddaughter of Doc- 
tor Walker, 286, 287. 

Fry, Wesley, grandson of Doctor Walker, 
286. 

Fulkison family, endangered, 95. 

Fullerton, Humphrey, witness, 251. 

Fulton, Thomas, receipt, 49. 

Fulton, William, receipt, 20, 30. 

Funckhauser, John, gives bond, 217. 

Fur trade, in southwest Virginia, 2, 52, 100. 



Galaspie, A., sells cotton, 251. 

Galaspie, M. H., account for cotton, 252: 

Galbreath, A., land grant, 99, 101. 

Galbreath, Hugh, witness, 187; receipts, 
168, 204. 

Gale, Gen. John, in Revolution, 250. 

Gale, Peter, mentioned, 8.' 

Galitzin, Prince Dmitri, letters to, 254. 

Gallia County (Ohio), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 261. 

Galloway, John, land entry, 221, 226, 302. 

Galloway, Capt John, in Revolution, 268. 

Galloway, Joseph, land grant, 156. 



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Gaps : 

Flower, in Revolution, 132. 
Little Moccasin, passage through, 112. 
Moccasin, garrisoned, 99 ; ranging in, 
93 ; provisions sent to, 94. 

Gardner, John, affidavit before, 262. 

Garlick, Gasper, loyalist, 135. 

Garrison, Abraham, receipt, 185. 

Gash, Michael, receipt, 191. 

Gass, David, letter, 104. 

Gass, Patrick, reference to, 289, 290. 

Gates, GenJ Horatio, letter for, 136 ; de- 
feated, 134. 

Gay, Henry, land grant, 3. 

Gay, James, directions for curing pork, 
246. 

Gay, Robert, land grant, 3 ; receipt, 40. 

Gay, Capt. Samuel, militia officer, 2 ; re- 
ceipt, 181. 

George III, speech in Parliament, 127 ; 
proclamation on lands, 65, 154, 155 ; 
sends army to colonies, 150. 

George, Capt. Robert, visits Chickasaw, 
224. 

George, William, witness, 169. 

Georgia, settlers, 80 ; in Revolution, 126. 

Gholson, Anthony, sells land, 229. 

Gibbon, — , Surveying^ excerpts, 300. 

Gibbons, — , residence, 231. 

Gibson , George, receipt, 47. 

Gibson, John, killed by Indians, 236. 

Gibson, Col. John, in Revolution^ 255. 

Gibson, Robert, receipt, 47. 

Gibson, Samuel, sells horse, 201. 

Gibson, William, survey for, 192. 

Gibson's Landing (Miss.), journey to, 286. 

Gilbert, Felix, witness, 16, 38, 41 ; receipt, 
40. 

Giles, Thomas, gives bond, 132. 

Gilham, Charles, receipt, 22, 23, 30. 

Gilham, Thomas, land grant, 3 ; receipts, 
,30, 36, 40 ; witness, 48. 

Gill, Capt. James, militia officer, 2. 

Gillespie's Station (Tenn.), mentioned, 277. 

Gillespy, Robert, receipt, 185. 

Gilliland family, notes on, 294. 

Gilmer, Capt John, in Revolution, 200, 
201 ; receipt 202. 

Gilmore, James, receipt, 168, 181 ; vouch- 
er, 183. 

Gilmore, Capt. John, 1b Revolution, 166 ; 
receipt, 45. 

Gilmore, Paxton, furnishes information, 
282. 

Ginseng, directions for clarifying, 301. 

Girty, George, in Dunmore's War, 249. 

Girty, James; at siege of Fort Henry, 296. 



Girty, Simon, Indian partisan, 267, 268, 

295, 298. 
Gist, Capt. Nathaniel, urges Cherokee 

against colonists, 109, 111 ; on Cherokee 

expedition, 154 ; in Revolution, 139 ; 

censured, 114. 
Givens, Capt. George, letter to, 165 ; mil- 
itia officer, 177. 
Givens family, notes on, 294. 
Ginnings, William, land claim, 220. 
Glades, scouting near, 77 ; tour to, 81. 
Glasgow, J., secretary of North Carolina, 

117. 
Glenn, James, receipt, 180. 
Glenn, Thomas, surveyor, 70. 
Goff, John, receipt, 196. 
Goff, Nathan, witness, 266. 
Gold, separation from metals, 147. 
Gooch, Thomas, directions for, 236. 
Gooch, Gov. William, issues commissions, 

1, 2. 
Goodman, Anselm, pension statement, 288. 
Goodson, Thomas, receipt, 207, 208. 
Goodwin, William, receipt, 24, 30. 
Goodwood ( Va. ) , Arthur Campbell's resi- 
dence, 232, 235 ; letter from, 129. 
Gordon, Moses, receipt, 176. 
Gorman, Thomas, receipt, 196. 
Graham, — . information from, 243. ~" 
Graham, — , land surveyed for, 106. 
Graham, David, soldier, 47. 
Graham, Francis, sells provisions, 175. 
Graham, James, receipt, 30 ; soldier in 

French and Indian Wax, 47 ; attacked by 

Indians, 211. 
Graham, John, land grant, 3 ; witness, 24 ; 

receipt, 47. 
Graham, Richard, land entry, 226 ; survey 

for, 228. 
Graham, William, services, 50. 
Grant, — , mentioned, 8. 
Grant, Maj. James, defeat in French and 

Indian War, 149, 273, 292 ; commands in 

Carolina, 150-154J 
Grant, William, loyalist, 135. 
Grape-vines, directions for cultivating, 301. 
Gray, — , residence, 106. 
Graydon, Capt. Coles, assignor of Iamd, 106. 
Grayson, Ambrose, receipt, 208. 
Grayson, John, loyalist, 135. 
Grayson, R., receipt for, 207. 
Grayson, Robert, loyalist, 135. 
Grayson, Susanna, receipt, 177. 
Grayson, William, loyalist, 135 ; receipt, 

208. 
Grayson, William, See Grisson. 
Grayson County (N. C.) , in Revolution, 

267. 



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Great Levels of Greenbrier. See Camp 
Union. 

Great Warrior, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Gredie, John, receipt 53. 

Green, Edward, receipt, 185. 

Green, James, receipt, 185. 

Green, John, surveyor, 86. 

Green, Col. John, horses stolen, 131. 

Green, Richard, accused of horse stealing, 
134. 

Green, Thomas, receipt, 31. 

Green County (Tenn. ), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 259. 

Greenbrier (Va.), Indian raids in, 75, 211; 
in Dunmore's War, 83, 157-160 ; in 
Revolution, 123, 164, 165, 182 ; petition 
from, 66; letters, 164, 177, 192, 277; 
land claims in, 124. See also Rivers : 
Greenbrier. 

Greenbrier County ( Va. ) , forts in, 215 ; 
invasion, 216 ; letter from, 276 ; historical 
sketch, 241. 

Greenbrier Land Company, surveys, 144. 

Greene, Gen. Nathaniel, truce, 142. 

Greenfield (Va.), resident, 56-58, 60, 63, 
64. 

Greenfield Station (TennJ), attacked, 238. 

Greenlee, John, receipt, 204. 

Greenlee, Mary, receipt, 202 ; deposition, 
278, 279. 

Greenlee family, notes on, 294. 

Greensburg (Pa.), letter from, 253. 

Greer, Andrew, justice of peace, 218. 

Gregg, Joseph, justice of peace, 131. 

Gregory, John, soldier, 44. 

Grenville, Richard, earl, grant to, 236, 237. 

Grey, Capt. Joseph, magistrate, 135 ; re- 
ceipt, 178; witness, 219. 

Griffith, John, accused of disloyalty, 133, 
138. 

Griffith, Thomas, killed, 276. 

Griffy, John, receipt, 185. 

Grigsby, Charles, family killed by Indians, 
210. 

Grimes, Jacob, account, 174. 

Grisson (Grayson), William, voucher, 181. 

Groves, Thomas, land survey for, 238. 

Gullion, Bernard, loyalist, 138. 

Gun, George, ranger, 12 ; receipt, 31. 

Gutridge, John, commissioner, 240. 

Guy, James F., promissory note, 263. 

Gwatkon, Thomas, master of William and 
Mary College, 65. 

Gwin Sr., Robert, land grant, 3 ; receipt, 
52. 

Gwin, Robert, account, 52. 



H — , J., receipt for, 307. 

Hacker, William, descendants, 283. 

Hackworth, Augustine, witness, 157. 

Hadril's Point <S. O, letter from, 139. 

Hager, — , Indian trader, 279. 

Hale, William, attacked by Indians, 217. 

Halifax (IT. S.), naval base, 249. 

Hall, Caleb, receipt, 196. 

Hall, Edward, witness, 5. 

Hall, James, receipt, 18, 40, 200. 

Hall, John, deposition, 132. 

Hall, Robert, receipt, 12, 31. 

Hall, Capt. Thomas, buys land, 229; let- 
ter, 240. 

Hall, William, defends fort, 238. 

Hallam, William, letter, 75. 

Hallet, T. L., cotton buyer, 251. 

Hamen, William, survey for, 192. 

Hamilton, — , counterfeiter, 155. 

Hamilton, Capt. Alexander, militia officer 
in Revolution, 249, 269, 270. 

Hamilton, Andrew, receipt, 41 ; letter to, 
182 ; data concerning, 298. 

Hamilton, James, surveyor, 157. 

Hamilton, John, receipt, 23, 31, 50. 

Hamilton, Capt. John, in Revolution, 263. 

Hamilton, Gen. 1 John, residence, 231. 

Hamilton, Robert, receipt, 188. 

Hamilton, Robert, affidavit, 267, 270. 

Hamilton, Thomas, affidavit, 269, 270. 

Hamilton, William, voucher, 180 ; witness, 
201 ; receipt. 202. 

Hamilton family, notes on, 294. 

Hamilton County (Ohio), warrant in, 240. 

Hampshire County (Va.), letter from, 73; 
militia, 269 ; native, 267 ; in Revolution, 
255, 266 ; Revolutionary veterans in, 250 r 
25S ; incident in, 285. 

Hampton, — , captured, 110. 

Hampton, Preston, captured, 110. 

Hand, Gen. Edward, commands Western 
forces, 119, 120, 210, 211 ; abandons 
expedition, 258; letter, 119; orders, 215; 
letters to, 212, 213. 

Hand's Meadows (Va.), letter from, 163. 

Hanging Rock (Va.), incident at, 285. 

Hanover County (Va.), presbytery in, 166; 
Henry's residence, 117. 

Haptonstall, Abraham, pension statement,. 
261. 

Harbison, Arthur, receipt, 185. 

Harbison, James, receipt, 185. 

Harbot, David. See Herbert. 

Hardridge, William, receipt, 200. 

Hardy, Samuel, land commissioner, 140. 

Hardy County (Va.), loyalists In, 278. 

Harkins, William, affidavit before, 260. 

Harless, — , loyalist, 130. 



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Harmon, Adrian, patents land, 5. 
Harmon, Calep, receipt, 31. 
Harmon, Henry, financial affairs, 59. 
Harmon, Israel, receipt, 209. 
Harmon Sr., Jacob, land patentee, 5 ; ac- 
count, 6 ; soldier, 209. 
Harmon Jr., Jacob, soldier, 209. 
Flarmon, Valentine, land patentee, 5 ; loy- 
alist, 138. 
Harmony Grove, letter from, 283. 
Harpe brothers, highwaymen, 275. 
Harper, Matthew, receipt, 31. 
Harper, Michael, receipt, 20. 
Harrel, William, scout, 70. 
Harris, M. M., sells cotton, 251. 
Harrison, Benjamin, candidate for gover- 
nor, 141 ; governor, 228 ; in Revolution, 
278 ; sketch, 278. 
Harrison, Capt. Benjamin, in Revolution, 

210, 263. 
Harrison, Daniel, resigns, 4. 
Harrison, Henry, land grant, 68, 125. 
Harrison. John, loyalist, 135. 
Harrison, Dr. Peachy, letter, 278 ; death, 

278. 
Harrison, Toloman, loyalist, 138. 
Harrison family, endangered, 94. 
Harrison County (Va.), resident, 259; let- 
ter from, 270, 271 ; Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 255. 
Harrod, James, in Dunmore's War, 81, 82, 

88. 
Harrod, Capt. William, at Point Pleasant, 

177; in Revolution, 256, 257, 260. 
Harrodsbv.rg (Va.), commissioners at, 224. 
Hart, John, letter to, 242. 
Hart, Capt Nathaniel, visits Cherokee, 99. 
Hart, Silas, receipt, 53. 
Hart, Thomas, daughter captured, 269. 
Hartley, Col. Thomas, in Revolution, 259, 

270. 
Harvey, Col. Matthew, sketch, 293. 
Harvey, Robert, lawsuit, 247. 
Harvey family, data, 247. 
Harvie, John, registrar, 221. 
Hatch, Dr. John, plaintiff in lawsuit, 306. 
Haw Bottom (Va.), letter from, 115. 
Hawkins, — , petition, 59- 
Hawkins County (Tenn.), letter from, 296. 
Hayes, Capt. Andrew, message from, 62 ; 

letter to, 55 ; land grant, 55. 
Hayes, Moses, receipt, 202. 
Hays, — , servant, 63. 
Hays, John, death, 6. 
Hays, John, on Cherokee expedition, 174 ; 

voucher, 166. 
Hays, William, discharge, 57. 
Haywood, John, History of Tennessee, crit- 
icized, 272. 



Hazlet, William, accounts, 223. 

Head, Anthony, messenger, 96. 

Hearn, Howard, receipt, 207. 

Heavin, Howard, loyalist, 130 ; furnishes 

list, 138. 
Heavin, James, loyalist, 135. 
Heavin, John, loyalist, 130, 135 ; letter, 

130, 131. 
Heavin, Thomas, charged with disloyalty, 

118, 132. 
Heavin, William, loyalist, 135. 
Heavins family, loyalists, 213. 
Hebrew, list of books, 303. 
Hedges, Capt. Joseph, in Revolution, 210 ; 

killed by Indians, 288. 
Hedges, Silas, voucher, 210. 
Hellem, — , land claim, 242. 
Helms, Phineas, substitute for, 261. 
Hemp, cultivation, 249, 304 ; directions for 

bleaching, 301 ; manufacture of, 306. 
Henderson, — , land owner, 304. 
Henderson, James, letter, 211. 
Henderson, Capt. John, in Dunmore's War, 
96 ; in Revolution, 123, 182, 262 ; plot 
to capture, 217. 
Henderson, John, loyalist, 135, 138 ; gives 

bond, 131. 
Henderson, Rev. Joseph, presbytery, 303. 
Henderson, Nathaniel, information, 123. 
Henderson, Col. Richard, visits Cherokee, 
99 ; purchases Kentucky, 101, 104, 248 ; 
opposition to, 102, 105 ; surveys boun- 
dary, 219 ; messenger, 120, 215. 
Henderson, William, receipts, 35, 41, 191. 
Henderson (Ky.) , settlers, 272 ; letter 

from. 272 ; lands in, 247. 
Hendrick, Gustavus, sells cotton, 251. 
Henley, Samuel, master of William and 

Mary College, 65. 
Henry, — , delivers documents, 125. 
Henry, Col. — , letter, 243. 
Henry, Andrew, assistant commissary, 
167-170, 172-175, 179, 180; receipt, 188; 
witness, 167. 
Henry, John, wounded by Indians, 88, 90. 
Henry Jr., Patrick, appoints commission- 
ers, 117 ; letters, 120, 122, 155, 193, 210. 
211, 213-215, 228, 230, 233, 236; letters 
to, 97, 117-119, 161- 
Henry, Samuel, receipt, 204. 
Henry, William, enters land, 69. 
Henry family, captured by Indians, 90. 
Henry County (Va.), troops from, 120, 
121, 215; residents, 228, 236; letter 
from, 245. 
Herbert, David, loyalist, 129, 138 ; confes- 
sion, 133. 
Herbert, Josiah, pension statement, 264. 
Herbert, Thomas, account, 49. 



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Herbert, Capt. William, commands militia, 

76 ; in Dunmore's War, 85, 88, 89. 
Herbert's Ferry, on New River, 131. 
Herring, Col. William, military services, 

278 ; notes on, 278. 
Hetcher, John, loyalist, 129. 
Hicklin, Hugh, receipt, 17, 31, 41, 185; 

witness, 30, 33. 
Hicklin, John, receipt, 27. 
Hicklin, Thomas, receipt, 15, 31, 41, 54. 
Hickman, John, receipt, 168, 206. 
Higgins. Richard, signs land entry, 226 ; 

survey, 228. 
High tower Indian campaign, 275. 
Hildreth, Samuel P., author. 271. 
Hill, James, receipts, 142. 
Hill, Robert, voucher, 166 ; receipt, 170. 
Hillsborough (Ohio), letter from, 275, 279. 
Hinds, Edward, receipt, 20, 31, 48 ; note, 

51. 
History, advantages from study of, 309. 
Hite Jr., Abraham, letter, 73. 
Hodge, Samuel, land grant, 3 ; receipts, 17, 

41. 
Hodfco. William, receipt, 21, 31. 
Hog, James, receipt, 28. 
Hog, Capt. Peter, on Sandy Creek expedi- 
tion, 10; provisions for, 13; receipt, 46; 

letters, 57, 128. 
Hoge, John, land plat, 228. 
Hogeland, Capt. Derrick, in Revolution, 

260, 264. 
Holliday, William, paymaster, 216. 
Hollidays Cove, in Revolution, 257, 262. 
Hollingsworth, Levi, letters, 243, 2'46. 
Hollins Institute (Va.), founded, 292. 
Hollis, John, Indian chief, 276, 277, 308. 
Holly Springs (Miss.), letters from, 293, 

294 
Holmes, Lewis, receipt, 199. 
Hopkins, — , executed, 271. 
Hopkins, John, land entry, 226. 
Hopkins, Capt. John, in Revolution, 258. 
Hops, directions for cultivating, 301. 
Hord, Mordecal, information from, 127. 
Hornsby, — , payment to, 63. 
Horse Shoe Bottom (Va. ), purchased, 61; 

resident, 144. 
Horses, importation of, 2 ; purchased by 

the State, 195-199, 201-209, 221, 222 ; 

for Cherokee expedition, 165, 181> 183 ; 

for Clark's expedition, 219 ; prescriptions 

for, 306. 
Hoskins, William, affidavit before, 256 ; 

certification, 257. 
Hot Springs (Ark.), analysis, 247. 
Hotwater ( Va. ) , in Revolution, 251 , 252. 



Houghton, Thomas, justice of peace, 218. 

Houston, John, sells horses, 202. 

Houston, Robert, account, 38. 

Howard, — , Kentucky land owner, 100. 

Howard, Benjamin, in Kentucky, 145. 

Howard. John, land owner, 88 ; residence, 
62, G3, 72 ; conduct, 60, 134. 

Howard, Mrs. John, sister of Preston, 134. 

Ilowdeshall, — . killed by Indians, 238. 

Howe, Henry. Historical Collections of Vir- 
ginia, criticized, 277. 

Howe, Gen. William, British officer, 120. 

Howison, Robert Reid, History of Virginia, 
excerpt from, 283. 

Hoy, — , captive, 279. 

Hubbard, Lieut. Edward, affidavit, 46. 

Ilugart, Sorgt. Thomas, receipt, 31, 48 ; at 
Fort Lewis, 21, 26 ; message for, 55. 

Huggins, William, messenger, 164. 

Hughes, Capt. — , in Revolution, 252. 

Hughes, David, in Dunmore's War, 87. 

Hughes, John, receipt, 52, 204. 

Hughes, Robert, receipt, 196. 

Hume. George, surveyor, 3. 

Humphries, L T riah, receipt, 183. 

Hunter, John, survey for, 192. 

Hunter. Malcolm, receipt, 222. 

Hunter, Robert, witness, 131. 

Hunter, Col. Samuel, in Revolution, 259, 
270 ; signs document, 215. 

Hunterdon County (N. J.'), native, 264. 

Huntingdon, Selina, countess of, mission to 
Indians, 228. 

Huntingdon (Pa.), in Revolution, 216. 

Hupp, John C, letters, 290, 297; biograph- 
ical sketch, 295. 

Ilurd, Capt. Jesse, in Revolution, 266. 

Hutchinson, William, account, 49 ; receipt, 
50. 

Hutchison, Ensign — , guards prisoners, 
211. 

Hutchison, George, receipt, 185, 200. 

Hutchison, John, receipt, 185. 

Hutchison, William, receipt, 180. 

Hymn, copied, 308. 



Illinois, French inhabitants, 224; British 
commandant, 155, 156 ; land grants in, 
156 ; settlers, 261, 297~; journeys to, 
219, 241, 305. 

Illinois County (Va.), letter from, 125. 

Indian agents, appointment, 233. 

Indian fields, land grant, 5. 

Indiana Company, land grants, 163. 

Indiana County (Pa. ) , Revolutionry vet- 
eran in, 251. 



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Indians : habitat, 241 ; boundaries, 54, 79, 
117, 118; dances, 90; character de- 
scribed, 160, 286 ; influence of conjurers, 
149 ; medals for, 230 ; missions, 228, 
307 ; trade with, 7 ; protected, 37, 155 ; 
bounty for killing, 36 ; murdered by 
whites, 53, 58, 74, 76, 119, 214, 283, 
388, 293; early raids, 9-14, 22, 49, 54, 
56, 57, 67, 69-100, 148, 150-155, 235- 
239, 248, 255, 261, 278, 281, 283-285, 
287, 288, 294, 295, 299 ; captives among, 
292, 294 ; tomahawk a child, 92, 93 ; in 
Dunmore's War, 252, 269, 270 ; Cherokee 
expedition, 265, 267, 271, 272 ; in Revo- 
lution, 108-113, 115-122, 125, 127-129, 
138, 142, 143, 163-165, 182, 193, 210- 
221, 255-257, 259-261, 263, 264, 267- 
269, 279, 287 ; Kentucky raids, 117, 129, 
224, 229, 230 ; campaigns against, 275 ; 
sell lands, 248 ; message for, 105 ; taught 
to make gunpowder, 184 ; Congress plans 
for, 107 ; narrative of, 271 ; novel on life 
of, 299. 

Ingles, Col. John, narrative, 284, 286. 

Ingles, Thomas I, emigrates to Virginia, 
284. 

Ingles, Thomas II, in Dunmore's War, 87 ; 
family captured, 142 ; protected, 130; 
accused of disloyalty, 133. 

Ingles, Thomas, of Virginia, letters, 284. 

Ingles, Thomas, of Kentucky, letters, 284, 
286. 

Ingles, W., receipt, 176. 

Ingles, Col. William, settlement in western 
Virginia, 284 ; recommended for appoint- 
ment, 36 ; vouchers, 44 ; receives public 
stores, 46 ; paper sent to, 61 ; letters, 56, 
96 ; message for, 127 ; land claims, 100, 
140; in Dunmore's War, 99; in Revolu- 
tion, 217 ; loyalist, 135, 138. 

Ingles, Mrs. William, captivity, 284. 

Ingles' Ferry (Va.), visit to, 286. 

Ingles' Station (Va.), journey via, 143. 

Ingram, — , land dispute, 125. 

Ingram, Jonathan, loyalist, 138 ; sends sub- 
stitute, 137. 

Ingram, Samuel, loyalist, 135. 

Ingram family, in Dunmore's War, 77. 

Ink, manufacture of, 306. 

Innes, Henry, federal judge, 245. 

Invasion Act, amended, 121. 

Ireland, news from, 1 ; emigrants, 63, 145, 
257, 258, 268. 

Irish language, studied, 298. 

Iroquois (Five Nations) Indians, battle in 
Virginia, 148. 

Irvin, Robert, receipt, 191. 

Irvine, Capt. Christopher, receipt, 191, 192, 
196 ; account, 206. 



Irwin, — , mentioned, 63. 
Irwin, Lieut. — , messenger, 152 ; in Cher- 
okee War, 154. 
Irwin, — , land title, 242. 
Islands : 

Baccus, in the Ohio, 248. 

Big, on Holston. See below, Long. 

Big, on Susquehanna, 256. 

Great, on Holston. See below, Long. 

Gwyn's, in Revolution, 115. 

Long (Big, Great), on Holston, 109, 115*. 
163 ; rendezvous, 154 ; battle at, 113,. 
205, 266, 271, 272, 275, 295, 296; 
owner, 299. 

Man, natives, 294. 

Martha's Vineyard, described, 55. 



Jack sox, Francis, receipt, 25. 

Jackson Sr., John, receipt, 25, 32. 

Jackson, John, receipt, 31. 

Jackson, Robert, letter, 8. 

Jackson (Miss.), letter from, 280. 

Jameson, — , plantation, 121. 

Jameson, James, voucher, 210. 

Jameson, William, land grant, 3. 

Jamieson, — , messenger, 280. 

Jefferson, — , mentioned, 61. 

Jefferson, Thomas, lawyer, 141, 213 ; gov- 
ernor, 131, 132; state paper, 87; letters,. 
127, 129, 136; letters to, 128, 132. 

Jefferson County (Ky.), resident, 246. 

Jefferson County (Tenn.), Revolutionary 
veteran in, 264. 

Jefferson County (Va.), letter from, 282. 

Jeffries, Thomas, preemption claim, 225. 

Jenkins, — , sells, cotton, 251. 

Jenkins, John, loyalist, 138 ; confession,. 
133. 

Jennings, Jonathan, son killed, 116. 

Jessamine County (Ky.), deposition taken- 
in, 247 ; letter from, 248. 

Jilbert, Jervis, deed of land, 155. 

Jobiden, Francis, deed of land, 155. 

Johnson, — , messenger, 130. 

Johnson, Amos, loyalist, 138. 

Johnson, Christopher, receipt, 191. 

Johnson, John, contractor, 8 ; receipt, 173. 

Johnson, Col. Joseph, writes declaration^ 
266. 

Johnson, Robert, assignee, 223; land entry, 
223, 226, 302. 

Johnson, William, receipt, 32, 41. 

Johnson, William W., receipt, 15. 

Johnson, Capt. Zaccheus, in Revolution,. 
261. 

Johnson County (Ind.), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 259. 

Johnston, — , mentioned, 100. 



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Johnston, Andrew, brother, 292. 
Johnston. Charles, captured by Indians, 

294 ; sketch of, 292. 
Johnston, Edward, brother, 292. 
Johnston, Erwaker, receipt, 52. 
Johnston, Fanny R., letter, 294. 
Johnston, Frederick, biographical sketches, 

291-294 ; letters, 294. 
Johnston, John, receipt, 19, 35, 47. 
Johnston, Peter, son, 292. 
Johnston Jr., Peter, brother, 292. 
Johnston, Thomas, soldier, 52. 
Johnston, William, scout, 164. 
Jolly, David, captivity, 279. 
Jolly, Henry i pension statement, 250, 253. 
"Jones," cited, 250 
Jones, — , creditor, 145. 
Jones, Gabriel, receipt, 27, 32 ; heirs, 145, 
Jones, John, improves land, 62 ; receipt, 

200. 
Jones, Capt. John Litton, in Dunraore's 

War, 83. 
Jones, Joshua, accused of disloyalty, 133, 

138. 
Jones, Mark, fence on land, 8. 
Jones, Gen. R., letter, 279. 
Jones, Thomas, witness, 224, 226, 231, 232. 
Jones, William, letter to, 242. 
Jonesville (Va.), letter from, 276. 
Jordan, Adam, receipt, 15, 32, 42 ; wit- 
ness, 28. 
Jordan, John, receipt, 24. 
Judge Friend, Cherokee chief, 117 ; letter 

to, 105. 
Judson, Rev. Adoniram, superscription of 

letter to, 307. 
Julons, ' Capt. George, in Revolution, 258. 



Kanawha County (Va. ), resident, 280. 
Kanawha Court House (Va.), resident, 273. 
Kaskaskia ( 111. ) , letter from, 125 ; land 

sales near, 155 ; visited, 241 ; voyage 

from, 156. 
Keening, Patrick, receipt, 32. 
Keeny, Edward, furnishes provisions, 45. 
Kelly, Walter, attacked, 81; killed, 82; 

residence, 119. See also Forts: Kelly's. 
Kelsey, David, receipt, 204. 
Kennedy. Ensign David, witness, 46. 
Kennedy, John, address, 303. 
Kennedy, Patrick, voyage on Illinois, 156. 
Kennedy, Mrs. Sarah, address, 303. 
Kennedy, William, certifies, 79. 
Kennedy, William, land entry, 242, 245. 
Kennedy vs. Justices of Madison County, 

case in Kentucky courts, 239. 
Kennerley, Reuben, in Revolution, 200. 



Kennerly, Samuel, ivcipt, 198, 200. 

Kennerly, William, pension statement, 264, 
265. 

Kenny, Thomas, receipt, 204. 

Kenton, Simon, land entry, 221, 232, 302; 
survey for, 230. 

Kenton's Station (Ky. ), land claim, 242. 

Kentucky, map of portion, 235 ; explora- 
tions, 94, 106; route to, 308; emigra- 
tion to, 108, 227, 240, 258, 261, 264, 
279, 285; troops return via, OS, 158, 161; 
purchased of Cherokee, 101-103; surveys 
in, 8G, 89, 100, 103. 125, 157 ; land 
claims, lot'., 124, 219-221, 227, 302, 304, 
307 ; speculation in lands, 230 ; disputed 
titles, 112, 218, 224 ; settlements in, 
104, 144, 229; return from, 122, 177; 
visits to, 141, 273, 292; description of, 
218; Indian raids in, 106, 117, 143, 182. 
184, 212, 221, 277, 281, 294, 299 ; re- 
inforcements for, 193 ; courts in, 243— 
245, 247 ; schools, 242, 243 ; Presby- 
terians, 303 ; negroes from, 233 ; new 
counties in, 128, 134 ; desires separation 
from Virginia, 144, 229, 231 ; convention, 
145; state assembly, 237; acts, 237; 
court of appeals, 239 ; commissioners to 
settle accounts, 141, 223. 

Kentucky County (Va. ). commissions for, 
141, 223; surveying in, 128, 11*9; Indian 
alarm, 129. 

Keowee, Cherokee town, 151. 

Kernes, Michael, receipt, 196, 199 ; vouch- 
er, 196. 

Kerr, — , deposition, 125. 

Kerr, James, loyalist, 135. 

Kerr, John, witness, 6. 

Keys, James, Revolutionary services, 266 ; 
deposition, 266, 267. 

Kickapoo Indians, hostile, 212 ; friendly, 
214. 

Kidd, Daniel, receipt, 18; voucher, 166. 

Kilgorp, Capt. David, in Revolution, 250. 

Kilpatrick, Charles, receipt, 204. 

Kimball, David, receipt, 12. 

Kincheloe's Station (Ky.), route via, 224. 

Kinder, Gasper, fort at home, 79. 

King, James, messenger, 109 ; residence, 96. 

King, Joseph, receipt, 200. 

King, Robert, loyalist, 135 ; confession, 137. 

King, Thomas, soldier, 50. 

King. William, narrative, 272. 

King and Queen County (Va.), land in, 
228. 

King's Mill (Tenn.), garrison at, 95. 

Kinkead, Andrew, information from, 211. 

Kinkead, James, receipt, 50. 

Kinkead, John, messenger, 93, 95. 



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Kinkead, Capt.* John, assignee, 128. 

Kinkead; Matthew, receipt, 32. 

Kinkead, Thomas, receipt, 42, 50 ; pay, 50. 

Kinkead, William, receipt, 23. 

Kinney, William, certification, 264. 

Kirk, — , cabin in Fayette County, 242. 

Kirk, Mrs. — , information concerning, 289. 

Kirkendal), Capt. Samuel, i» Revolution, 
265. 

Kirkpatrick, Maj. — , residence, 308. 

Kishacoquilles "Valley (Pa.), in Revolution, 
258, 265. 

Knight, Dr. John, escapes, 279. 

Knights of the Horseshoe, in colonial Vir- 
ginia, 282, 283. 

Knox, James, receipt, 23, 42; robbed by 
Indians, 94. 

Knox, Robert, receipt, 20, 21, 42. 49, 53. 

Knoxville (Tenn.), capital of Tennessee, 
237, 238 ; journey from, 286. 

Kuhn, Adam, certification, 262. 

Kyle, Hazlitt, sketch, 293. 

Kyle, Joseph, witness, 1 71, 183. 

Kyle, Robert, sketch, 293. 

Kyle, William, receipt, 3 69; witness, 170. 



Lackey, James, receipt for, 201. 
Lackey, Thomas, receipt for, 201. 
Lafferty, John, land entry, 231, 242, 302 ; 

survey for, 234. 
Lafferty, William, plantation, 26S. 
Lakes : 

Erie, route via, 305 ; navy in, 249. 

Ontario, navy in, 249. 
Lamb, — , voucher, 210. 

Lamb, Capt. William, in Revolution, 255. 
Lambert Jr., Charles, receipt, 196. 
Lambert, Jeremiah, loyalist, 138. 
Lambert, Thilip, granted protection, 133. 
Lammey, Andrew, family endangered, 94. 
Lancaster (Pa.), Indian treaty at, 248; 

lawsuit, 234. 
Lancaster County ( Pa. ) , in Revolution, 

249 ; settlers, 268. 
Lands : 

Royal policy, 105 ; large grants, 1-5, 67., 

104, 237, 243, 247, 307 ; companies, 7, 
99, 101, 104, 163, 223, 243, 244; mil- 
itary bounty, 65-70, 77, 99, 100, 102, 

105, 148, 154, 155, 274 ; western ces- 
sions, 233 ; grants for schools, 243, 
244; land claims, 119, 125, 127, 128, 
140, 141, 144, 219, 220, 223-226, 229. 
238, 302, 304; speculation in, 230; 
conflicting titles, 66, 112, 145, 218; 
commissioners to settle, 124, 218 ; 
transfers, 239, 240; taxes, 237; sup- 



Lands — continued 

veys, 59-62, 64-69, 91, 98, 100, 102, 
103, 124, 125, 156, 157, 192, 226-228, 
238, 244, 246, 302 ; surveying rules, 
307 ; surveyor's certificate, 65. See 
also Loyal Land Company. 

Lane, Capt. — , in Revolution, 264. 

Lane, S. Eliot, article, 296. 

Lanier, Robert, boundary commissioner, 
117. 

La Plante, Alexis, deed of land, 155. 

Lapsley, Capt. Joseph, militia officer, 11 ; 
cited to court martial, 5; receipt, 188. 

Lapsley, Samuel, receipt, 169, 188; assist- 
ant commissary, 3 99. 

Larkin, John, receipt, 202. 

Latin phrase's, list, 302. 

Laudanum, antidote for, 300. 

Laudcn, James, affidavit before, 270. 

Laverft, Samuel, receipt, 202. 

Lawer, Andrew, loyalist, 135. 

Lawer, Henry, loyalist, 135. 

Lawrence, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

Lawrence, Samuel, receipt, 169 ; witness, 
170. 

Lawrence, Thomas, receipt, 42. 

Lawrence County (Kyj), Revolutionary 
veteran in, 265. 

Laybrook, Henry, loyalist, 135. 

Leather, directions for tanning, 301. 

Leathwood (Va.), Fontaine's residence, 
236. 

Leaven, — , cotton broker, 251. 

Lebo, Isaac, accused of disloyalty, 217, 218. 

Le Clercy, Francis, certification, 261. 

Lecompte, Charles, improvement right, 219 ; 
deposition, 240. 

Lederer, John, Discoveries, copy, 147. 

Ledgerwood, James, receipt, 194. 

Ledgerwood, John, receipt, 186. 

Lee, C. C, letters, 274, 279, 280. 

Lee, Francis W., witness, 227. 

Lee, G. II., land owner* 248. 

Lee, Capt. Hancock, surveyor, 101. 

Lee, Gen. Henry, of Kentucky, land claim, 
230, 234 ; leases lands, 244 ; plaintiff in 
lawsuit, 247. 

Lee, Gov. Henry, of Virginia, proclamation, 
239. 

Lee, Rev. Henry, notes, 290. 

Lee, Peter, survey, 234. 

Lee, Richard Henry, candidate for gover- 
nor, 141. 

Lee, Gen. Robert E., letter, 292. 

Lee, Thomas Ludington, on Committee of 
Safety, 108. 

Lee & Company, account, 246. 



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Lee County <Va.'), letter from, 248; resi- 
dent, 260. 

Letfler, Isaac, affidavit before, 256, 257, 
260. 

Leftwich, William, account, 174. 

Lemon, Capt. John, in Revolution, 210. 

Lemon, Jones, voucher, 210. 

Lemon, Samuel, witness, 177. 

Leslie, Alexander, British general, 142. 

Letcher, — , murdered, 131. 

Letter, Richard, receipt, 24, 42. 

Levels. See Camp Union. 

Leverington (Pa.), resident, 283-286. 

Lewin, J., letter, 252. 

Lewis, — , letter to, 68. 

Lewis, Capt. — , in Revolution, 264. 

Lewis, Capt. Aaron, in Revolution, 191, 
267; letter, 110; witness, 218. 

Lewis, Andrew, date of birth, 278 ; militia 
officer, 2, 9, 19 ; on Sandy Creek expedi- 
tion, 10 ; in French and Indian War, 10, 
11, 272, 274, 277, 292; orders, 12, 13, 
27; in Dunmore's War, 77, 80, 88, 96, 
97, 157, 159-162, 252, 269, 270, 272, 
292, 297 ; promoted, 155 ; in Revolution, 
292 ; at Williamsburg, 66 ; Richmond, 
139 ; meeting at house, 119 ; candidate, 
62, 63 ; relations with Cherokee, 54, 60, 
118; letters, 11, 18, 26, 36, 56-59, 63, 
65, 6Q, 79, 84, 88, 92, 115, 121, 124, 159, 
161, 218; letters for, 26, 27, 79, 81, 122; 
sons, 280, 308 ; notes on, 271, 276 ; char- 
acterized, 274; date of death, 273, 275; 
sketch, 292. 

Lewis Jr., Andrew, letters, 269, 270 ; notes, 
on, 275, 280. 

Lewis, Charles, made lieutenant, 12 ; in 
French and Indian War, 273 ; pursues 
Indians, 57 ; receipts, 32, 49 ; witness, 
15* 17-21, 30, 33, 35, 39, 40, 43; land 
grant for, 124 ; letter, 78 ; in Dunmore's 
War, 80, 92 ; killed, 98, 274, 296 ; com- 
mended, 278 ; notes on, 276. 

Lewis, Maj. Charles H., letters, 274, 275, 
277, 278, 282. 

Lewis, George, receipt, 32. 

Lewis, Griffith, loyalist, 138. 

Lewis, James A., letter to, 273, 280. 

Lewis, John, Augusta County militia offi- 

- cer, 5 ; patents lands, 6, 8 ; judgment 

against, 3 ; surveys for, 6, 140. 
Lewis Jr., Capt. John, of Augusta County, 

58; letter, 62; notes on, 277. 
Lewis Jr., Capt. John, of Botetourt County, 
in Dunmore's War, 158, 162 ; notes on, 
280. 
Lewis, Dr. John B., letter, 283. 



Lewis, Samuel, supposed brother of An- 
drew, 273. 

Lewis, Samuel, son of Andrew, at Don- 
nally's fort, 122; in Revolution, 265; 
letter enclosed, 121; letter to, 139; 
notes on, 280. 

Lewis, Gen. Samuel H., letters, 273, 277, 
282 ; letter to, 278. 

Lewis, Thomas, militia clerk, 2, 3 ; certi- 
fies document, 5 ; in French and Indian 
War, 273 J letters, 13, 54, 55, 59, 60, 69, 
73, 98, 104, 107, 124, 140; death, 277; 
papers lost, 273. 

Lewis, Thomas, son of Andrew, adventure 
with Indian Hollis, 276, 277, 308 ; notes 
on, 280. 

Lewis, Thomas, son of Thomas, informa- 
tion from, 277. 

Lewis, Thomas, of "Mason County, certifi- 
cation, 259. 

Lewis, Virgil A., commissioner, 298. 

Lewis, William, in French and Indian 
War, 273. 

Lewis/ William Terrell, letter, 296. 

Lewis family, genealogy of, 292, 296 ; 
notes on, 274, 277, 283. 

Lewis County (Va,), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 263 ; letter from, 283. 

Lewisburg (Va.), letter from, 276. 

Lewiston (Va.), letter from, 273, 277, 282. 

Lewisville (Ga.), resident, 230. 

Lexington (Ky. ) , commissioners at, 224 ; 
farm near, 302 ; distance to, 308 ; letters 
from, 238, 284 ; letter to, 248 ; physician 
at. 246 ; Draper visits, 277. 

Lexington (Va.), settled, 275; letters from, 
280, 292 ; letter to, 270 ; Gazette, edi- 
torial, 294. 

Liberty Hall Seminary, begun, 103, 107; 
subscriptions for,' 166. 

Lightfoot, Capt. — , in French and Indian 
War,' 148, 149. 

Limestone (Ky.), distance to, 308. 

Lincoln, Gen. Benjamin, in Revolution, 
126. 

Lincoln County (Ky. and Va.), letters from, 
1 40, 224, 229 ; surveyor for, 140 ; re- 
moval to, 230 ; resident, 239. 

Linn, John, affidavit sworn before, 255. 

Linn, William. See Lynn. 

Litchfield (Mass.), letter for, 307. 

Little Carpenter, Cherokee chief, 99, 102, 
149-153; letter to, 105; treaty with, 
117. 

Little, Thomas, sheriff, 3. 

Littleton, Andrew, receipt, 37. 

Li veer, Adam, loyalist, 135. 

Llinn, Thomas, survey for, 192. 



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Lloyd, Dr. — , services desired, 93. 

Lloyd, Charles, receipt, 42. 

Lloyd, Thomas, receipt, 28 ; witness, 14, 
18-21, 23, 24, 32, 38, 40, 43-45, 52. 

Lochry, Archibald, surveyor, 157. 

Locke, Thomas, sells horses, 195. 

Lockhart, Charles, scouting, 58. 

Lockhart, Jacob, scout, 164; killed by In- 
dians, 276. 

Lockhart, Capt. James, militia officer, 11 ; 
receipts, 25, 32 ; land grant, 3 ; letter 
to, 49. 

Lockhart, Levi, messenger, 182. 

Lockhart, Patrick, magistrate, 1 35 ; resi- 
dence, 137 ; assistant commissary, 166- 
177, 179-181, 183, 184, 213; receipts, 
187, 195, 201, 210; accounts, 122, 189; 
witness, 132, 184-186, 188, 200 ; messen- 
ger, 71, 73; payment for, 145; rescues 
captives, 276 ; letter, 132. 

Lockridge, Andrew, receipt, 42 ; witness, 
44. 

Loftus, Steel, killed by Indians, 211. 

"Logan," a drama, 252. 

Logan, Lieut. — , in militia, 86. 

Logan, Benjamin, letter, 62; lands, 62; 
residence, 95. 

Logan, David, receipts, 169, 202 ; voucher, 
183. 

Logan, Hugh, receipt, 169. 

Logan, James, drover, 202 ; land grant, 
128. 

Logan, John, voucher, 175, 183 ; receipt, 
195. 

Logan, John, Indian chief, 95, 98, 125 ; 
family murdered, 281 ; letter, 95 : char- 
acterized, 96 ; tragedy based on, 295. 

Logan, Rev. Robert, sketch, 291. 

Logan, William, sells horse, 195 ; delivers 
provisions, 169. 

Logan's Sugar Camp, in Fayette County, 
242. 

Logwood, Thomas, receipt, 191. 

London (Eng.), mayor of, 1 ; merchants, 
156; visited, 56; letter from, 1. 

Long, Capt. Alexander, in Revolution, 261. 

Long. David, militia officer, 12 ; on Cher- 
okee expedition, 154 ; receipts, 32, 42, 47 ; 
orders, 52 ; witness, 34 ; letter to, 83, 84. 

Looney, Capt. — , commands militia, 76, 82, 
92 ; in Dunmore's War, 84, 99 ; absence, 
95 ; representative from Sullivan County, 
127. 

Looney, Absalom, residence, 121. * 

Looney, David, account, 37 ; letter, 59. 

Looney, Peter, buys provisions, 6 ; contrac- 
tor, 8. 

Looney, Robert, receipt, 44. 



Looney Jr., Robert, buys provisions, 6. 

Lorton, Capt. — , orders to, 138. 

Loudoun, John Campbell, earl of, com- 
mander of colonial forces, 10, 22, 148, 
149. 

Loudoun County (Va.), in Revolution, 264. 

Louisa County (Va.), law practice in, 141; 
letter from, 117 ; letter to, 155. 

Louisburg, attack failed, 22. 

Louisiana, geography of, 305 ; cession, 305. 

Louisville (Ky. ) , early settlement, 144 ; 
described, 218 ; commissioners at, 224 ; 
resident, 268. 

Louisville (Miss. ) , letter from, 296 ; Jour- 
nal, excerpt from, 288. 

Louviere, Chaufour de, land sale, 155. 

Love, Capt. Philip, in Dunmore's War, 
3 58, 160; letter, 89. 

Lovell, Marcum, loyalist, 138. 

Lowry, Henry, receipt, 197. 

Lowry, Malvan, receipt, 191. 

Lowry, Patrick, account, 38. 

Lowther, Col. William, descendants, 283. 

Loyal Land Company, grant, 8, 119 ; ar- 
rangements for, 122-124, 142-144 ; 
claims, 104 ; accounts, 282 ; surveys for, 
66, 139. 

Loyalists (Tories), in Hardy County 
(Va.), 278; in North Carolina, 267; 
Pennsylvania, 261 ; western Virginia, ill, 
118, 128-133, 135. 137, 138, 140, 213, 
217 ; trials of, 127. 

Lucas, J., certificate, 141. 

Lucas, Robert, lieutenant, 84. 

Lunenburg (Va.), letters from, 13, 14. 

Lunenburg County (Va.), officers, 22. 

Luney family. See Looney. 

Lusk, — , lawsuit, 22. 

Lusk, R., sells horse, 204. 

Lycoming County (Pa.), Revolutionary 
veterans in, 259, 265, 267, 269, 270. 

Lying Fish, Cherokee chief, 117. 

Lyle, Daniel, receipt, 204. 

Lyle, James, land entry, 245. 

Lyle, Capt. John, on Cherokee expedition, 
176. 

Lyle, Rev. John, presbytery, 303. 

Lyle, Samuel, account, 45 ; receipt, 202. 

Lyle, Capt. William, on Cherokee expedi- 
tion, 181. 

Lynch, Charles, magistrate, 133, 137 ; land 
grant, 65 ; mill site, 69 ; in Revolution, 
266 ; lawsuit, 227 ; provides ammunition, 
113, 215 ; letters, 64, 133. 

Lynn, — , killed by Indians, 287. 

Lynn, John, soldier, 53. 

Lynn (Linn), Col. William, in Revolution, 
212, 269. 

Lyon, — , attorney, 253. 



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McAdo, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

McAfee, — , residence, 155. 

McAfee, George, master drover, 18ft ; pur- 
chases provisions, 172-175 ; receipts, 
184-186. 

McAfee, Robert, receipt, 172 ; witness, 173 ; 
sells horses, 198. 

McAfee, William, purchases provisions, 167. 

McAfee family, notes on, 292. 

McAfee's Station (Ky.O, route via, 224. 

McAuley, James, land claim, 221, 242. 

McBride, William, justice of peace, 132. 

McCabe, James, certification, 261. 

McCall, — , residence, 81. 

McCall, Thomas, pension statement, 263. 

McCauley, James. See McAuley. 

McCay, Richard, assistant commissary, 195. 

McClaim, Alexander, land entry, 304. 

McClaim, Rev. John, character, 63, 64. 

McClanahan, Capt. — , in Revolution, 136, 
258, 261 ; messenger, 120. 

McClanahan, Alexander, in Dunmore's 
War, 85. 

McClanahan, Col. E., letters, 275, 278. 

McClanahan, Elijah, witness, 27 ; captured 
by Indians, 57. 

McClanahan, Rev. John, residence, 303. 

McClanahan, Capt. Robert, in Dunmore's 
War, 158; residence, 5. 

McClanahan, William, letter, 163 ; notes on, 
278. 

McClanahan family, data on, 284. 

McClean, W., affidavit before, 257. 

McClellan, John, receipt, 53. 

McClellan, William, receipt, 174, 187. 

McClelland, Capt. — , in Revolution, 258. 

McClelland, Alexander, land entry, 304. 

McClelland, Joseph, land entry, 221, 224, 
242 ; survey for, 230. 

McCIintock, William, receipt, 25, 27, 43. 

McClure, Capt. — , in Revolution, 268. 

McClure, Alexander, account, 38. 

McClure, Arthur, sells provisions, 169. 

McClure, John, receipt, 166, 169 ; sells 
horse, 195. 

McClure, Malcolm, claim, 166. 

McClure, Samuel, witness, 166 ; receipt, 
167; pension statement, 261, 263. 

McClure, William, receipt, 169. 

McColloch, Abraham, Revolutionary serv- 
ices, 256, 260. 

McColloch, Maj. John, scouting, 285, 287 ; 
in Revolution, 263, 285, 287 ; informa- 
tion concerning, 289. 

McColloch Jr., John, clerk of court, 257. 

McColloch, Maj. Samuel, at siege of Fort 
Wheeling, 268; leap, 285, 297, 298; 
death, 287 ; widow, 295. 



McColloch, William, married, 285. 

McConnell, Francis, assignee, 224 ; land 
entry, 219, 220, 304, 307 ; survey for, 
226; heirs of, 230. 

McConnell Jr., Francis, land entry, 304. 

McConnell, James, land survey for, 230. 

McConnell Sr., William, preemption claim, 
219, 220, 223 ; entry, 220, 221. 

McConnell, William, land claim, 245, 304, 
307 ; survey for, 226, 227, 230. 

McCord, James, affidavit, 256. 

McCorkle, Capt. James, receipts, 208, 209 ; 
witness, 124, 176-181; report, 112; 
militia company, 130; accused of disloy- 
alty, 133. 

McCormick, Adam, drover, 210. 

McCown, H. B., article by, 288. 

McCown, James, receipt, 200. 

McCown, John, receipt, 202. 

McCown family. See McKown. 

McCoy, Enos. See Mackey, Aeneas. 

McCoy, Capt. Alexander, in Revolution, 
25. _ ». 

McCoy, Capt. John, in Revolution, 259. 

Mf-Coy, Neal, in Revolution, 249. 

McCrea, Edith, marriage contract, 156. 

McCreery, John, receipt, 22, 43. 

McCue, J. Marshall, letter, 294; sends pa- 
pers, 294. 

McCulIoch, Capt. Hugh, land claim, 234. 

McCulloch, Maj. Samuel. See McColloch. 

McDermott, Joseph, Revolutionary ser- 
vices, 266. 

McDill's Lessee vs. McDill, law case, 234. 

McDonald, — , information from, 279. 

McDonald, Capt. — , in Revolution, 216. 

McDonald, Angus, .land grant, 68 ; expedi- 
tion, 87, 92, 157. 

McDonald, Bryan, constable, warrant for, 
118. 

McDonald, Daniel, locates land, 69. 

McDonald, John, loyalist, 131, 135 ; gives 
bond, 131. 

McDonald, Col. John, reference to, 289. 

McDonald, Joseph, witness, 131 ; loyalist, 
135. 

McDonald, Theodosius, land grant, 69. 

McDowell, James, land grant, 70 ; brother 
killed, 148. 

McDowell, Gov. James, owns Preston pa- 
pers, 277; letter, 277. 

McDowell, Capt. John, militia officer, 2 ; 
killed by Indians, 148. 248, 278, 280; 
data on, 277. 

McDowell, Lieut. Joseph, at Fort Fauquier, 
38 ; receipt, 46 ; public stores, 46. 

McDowell, Josiah, scout, 164. 

McDowell, Patsey, witness, 231. 



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McDowell, Peggy, witness, 231. 

McDowell, Col. Samuel, in Dunmore's War, 
85 ; commissioner to adjust claims, 119, 
222, 224 ; candidate, 63 ; resignation, 
141 ; land affairs, 67, 231 ; order on, 145 ; 
letter, 248 ; letter to, 72 ; deposition, 247. 

McElhattan, Capt. — , in Revolution, 255, 
256. 

MoElhenny, Robert, receipt, 202. 

McElhenny, William, land grant, 105. 

McElroy, William, receipt, 178. 

McElwrath, Robert, account, 49 ; receipt, 
51. 

McFarlan, William, wounded, 78. 

McFarland, Daniel, letter, 212. 

McFaul, Daniel, soldier, 34. 

McFaul, James, soldier, 34. 

McFerran, John, voucher, 178 ; witness, 46. 

McFerran, Martin, conveys horses, 157. 

McFerran, Samuel, receipt, 169 ; witness, 
181. 

McFerran, Thomas, receipt, 167. 

McGary, Col. Hugh, residence, 272, 273. 

McGavock, Lieut. — , in Revolution, 265. 

McGavock, James, militia officer, 126 ; mag- 
istrate, 109, 132; residence, 105, 133; 
istrate 109, 132; residence, 105, 133; 
letters, 113, 115. 

McGeagh, William, ranger, 27. 

McGee, James, gives bond, 131. 

McGee, Robert, loyalist, 131, 135. 

McGeorge, Thomas, witness, 222. 

McGillivray, Alexander, Creek chief, 236. 

McGregor, Thomas, receipt, 15. 

McGuire, John, wounded, 87. 

Machir, John, plaintiff, 245 ; ejectment ac- 
tion, 243, 245 ; bond, 247. 

Mcllrain, Moses, receipt, 191. 

Mcintosh, Capt. Lachlan, in Revolution, 
250; expedition, 261, 265, 266, 278. 

McJenkins, William, land entry, 226. 

Mackacheck, Shawnee town, 214. 

McKeachy, James, receipt, 45. 

McKean, Thomas, chief justice of Pennsyl- 
vania, 234. 

McKee, Capt. Alexander, land purchase, 
106. 

McKee, John, receipt, 202. 

McKee, Thomas, trader, 148. 

McKeever, Hugh, killed by Indians, 264. 

McKenny, William, account, 45. 

McKenzie, Capt Robert, land grant, 102- 
104. 

Mackey (McCoy), Col. Aeneas, in Revolu- 
tion, 250, 253. 

Mackey, Capt. James, in Maryland, 245 ; 
bond, 241 ; lawsuit, 245. 

Mackey, John, sells merchandise, 241. 



Mackey, William, leases land, 244 ; law- 
suit, 245, 247 ; accounts, 246. 
McKiernan, George S., cited, 295 ; death, 

298 ; sketch, 298. 
McKiernan, Mrs. George S., letters, 298. 
McKinney, — , surveyor, 157. 
McKinney, James, sells horses, 204. 
McKinney, John, voucher, 183. 
McKinney, Robert, receipt, 204. 
McKitric, Capt. John, in Revolution, 263. 
McKnight, — , on Cherokee expedition, 154* 
McKnight, James, receipt, 23, 32, 43, 49. 
McKown, John, receipt, 45, 52. See also 

McCown. 
McKown, Joseph, account, 52. 
Macky, Robert, letter, 1. 
McDaney, W., witness, 268. 
McMahon, Capt. — , in Indian Wars, 262, 
McMillan, James, witness, 155. 
McMullen, William, witness, 118; receipt,. 

207; gives bond, 131. 
McMurtrey, — , residence, 155. 
McNabb, Samuel, account, 49, 53. 
McNabb, William, receipt, 53. 
McNair, David, voucher, 174. 
McNeal, James, soldier, 51. 
McNeal, John, soldier, 51. 
McNeal, Neal, hires horse, 51. 
McXealy, William, receipt, 222. 
McNeill, Col. — , illness, 57; death, 155. 
McNutt, A. G., letter, 280. 
McNutt, Gov. Alexander, in Nova Scotia„ 

55 ; sketch, 280, 281. 
McRoberts, — , survey for, 8. 
McRoberts, John, conveys horses, 157 ;. 

witness, 167. 
McRoberts, Samuel, voucher, 13 ; receipts,. 

167-169 ; son, 157. 
McWilliams, Andrew, deposition, 138. 
Madison, — , in Dunmore's War, 77. 
Madison, Gabriel, letters, 220, 224. 
Madison, George, letter, 241. 
Madison, James, author of Federalist, 232 ; 

biography planned, 279. 
Madison, James, president of William and 

Mary College, 65, 136; letters, 227, 231. 
Madison, John, clerk of court, 6 ; justice 

of peace, 37 ; survey for, 192 ; receipt, 

207 ; messenger, 101 ; criticism of, 143 ; 

letters, 162, 217 ; estate, 227. 
Madison Jr., John, surveyor, 65, 220, 221 ;. 

letters, 221, 223; letters to, 224, 225; 

estate, 227. 
Madison, Roland (Rowland), sued, 241; 

letter to, 227. 
Madison, Luckey, death, 229. 
Madison, Capt. Thomas, commands militia, 

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Madison, Capt. Thomas — continued. 

information from, 113 ; reference to, 227 ; 
plans to remove to Kentucky, 227; ap- 
pointed commissary, 112, 114, 115, 183; 
percentage received, 193 ; commissary's 
accounts, 156, 166-192, 194-214; letters, 
137, 193 ; letters to, 227, 229-232, 235- 
237, 240, 241. 

Madison, Mrs. Thomas, letter to, 229. 

Madison, William S., letter, 106 ; letters 
to, 220, 221 ; message for, 125 ; witness, 
179; requested to take charge of pris- 
oners, 136 ; commissary for Clark's ex- 
pedition, 219, 221, 222. 

Madison (Wis.), resident, 288, 291, 293, 
295, 297, 298. 

Madison County (Ky. 1 ), justices, 239. 

Magazine of American History, cited, 252; 
reprint from, 297. 

Magazine Spring (Va.), letter from, 105. 

Magruder, Allen, letter to, 248. 

Mahanaim (Va. ), Christian's residence, 
125, 137, 217, 227. 

Malone, Hugh, receipt, 205. 

Manchester (Va.), letter from, 126. 

Manifee, Jarrot, receipt, 208. 

Manifee, Jonas, receipt, 208. 

Manly, M., affidavit before, 263. 

Manning, Nat W., letter to, 278. 

Mansco, Casper, Tennessee pioneer, 236, 
276. 

Mansfield, Capt. — , message for, 144. 

Mansfield (Va.), letter from, 109, 112. 

Maple sugar, camps in Kentucky, 242. 

Maps : 

Clinch River, 78. 

Kentucky and Tennessee, 235. 

Lederer's, 147. 

Pennsylvania, western part, 228. 

Point Pleasant, 251, 273, 295. 

Virginia-Carolina boundary, 307. 

Mares, Hugh, receipt, 178. 

Marietta (Ohio), distances to, 308. 

Marian's Bottom (Va.), letter from, 284. 

Marlinton (W. Va.), letter from, 298. 

Maron, Elizabeth, money paid to, 167. 

Marriage ceremony, form, 301 ; marriages, 
lists of, 6, 223, 240. 

Marshall, David, witness, 227. 

Marshall Jr., John, assignee, 224, 229; 
land entry, 221, 230, 232 ; survey for, 
232. 

Marshall, Thomas, commissioner to adjust 
claims, 222 ; land entry, 224, 229 ; sur- 
veys, 227, 229, 230. 

Marshall, William L., document to be sent 

to, 280. 
Marshall's Road, in Fayette County, 242. 



Martin, Rev. Alexander, president West 
Virginia College, 290. 

Martin, Christopher, substitute for, 255. 

Martin, George, receipt, 33. 

Martin, Hugh, residence, 256. 

Martin, James, receipt, 53. 

Martin, Capt. John, fn Revolution, 256. 

Martin, Col. Joseph, Indian agent, 230 ; 
on Cherokee expedition, 166, 199 ; cam- 
paign, 275, 277 ; ranger company, 265 ; 
receipts, 15, 33, 209 ; statement of ac- 
count, 208 ; information from, 127 ; 
cabin site, 218; letters to, 228, 233, 245; 
orderly book, 166 ; notes on, 270. 

Martin, Mary, veteran's widow, 270. 

Martin, Capt. Patrick, militia officer, 11. 

Martin, Richard, pension statement, 259, 
205. 267 ; Revolutionary veteran, 249. 

Martin, Roger, pension statement, 255, 256. 

Martin, Thomas, of Pennsylvania, Revolu- 
tionary services. 249, 269, 270. 

Martin, Thomas, of Virginia, letter, 142. 

Martin, William, of Virginia, pension state- 
ment, 266. 

Martin, William, of Tennessee, pension 
statement*, 255, 206. 

Ma rtin, Col. William, son of Joseph, let- 
ter, 270 ; letter to, 276 ; criticized, 272. 

Martin's Station, protection for, 228. 

Martin's Tavern, in Fayette County, 242. 

Martinsburg (Va.), letter from, 282; Ga- 
zette, editor, 282. 

Marvin, Capt. Seth, in Revolution, 261. 

Maryland, money, 63 ; Gazette, excerpts 
from, 164, 165. 

Masdin, Thomas. See Masten. 

Mason. — , should be banished, 94. 

Mason, John, account, 45, 51. 

Mason, Capt. Samuel, in Revolution, 210,. 
250, 257, 260. 

Mason, Thomas, land grant, 228, 300. 

Mason County ( Ky. ) , lands in, 239, 242, . 
244, 247, 307; town, 308; marriages, 
240 ; county court, 240, 242, 243, 245, 
247 ; commissioners, 240 ; residents, 243, 
247, 303. 

Mason County (V;i. and W. Va.), letter 
from, 295 ; Revolutionary veteran in, 259. 

Massie, Nathaniel, surveys land, 238. 

Masten, Thomas, in Dunmore's War, 82 ;, 
in Cherokee expedition, 197, 209. 

Mathews, John, receipt, 49. 

Mathews, Patrick, soldier, 52. 

Matthews, Francis, money paid to, 167 ; 
receipt, 188. 

Matthews, Capt. George, in Dunmore's 
War, 85 ; account of battle, 273 ; In 
Revolution, 261, 264 ; biographical notes 
on, 279, 282. 



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Matthews, Sampson, commissioner, 119 ; 

in Revolution, 264 ; biographical notes 

on, 298. 
Matthews, William, receipt, 18, 26. 
Maury, Col. — , account, 51. 
Maury, Reuben, grandson of Dr. Walker, 

286. 
Maxwell, — , surveyor, 157. 
Maxwell, Gapt. James, commands militia, 

128 ; daughters killed, 142. 
Maxwell, Capt. John, militia officer, 11 ; 

receipts, 36, 37, 199. 
Maxwell, Thomas, to be court martialed, 

78. 
Maxwell, Thomas, land claim, 221, 242, 

302. 
May, — , lawsuit, 145. 
May, John, clerk of Botetourt County, 156 ; 

letter, 223 ; assignee of land claims, 223. 
May, Richard, witness, 171. 
May's Licks (Ky.), lands near, 304. 
Maysville (Ky), resident, 73. 
Mead, William, receipt, 191, 192, 196. 
Mead, Jr., William, receipt, 192. 
Medals, for Indian chiefs, 230. 
Meek, — , voucher, 210. 
Meeks, — , loyalist, 131. 
Memphis (Tenn.), resident, 293; letter 

from, 294. 
Mercer, George, land owner, 247, 304. 
Mercer, Col. Hugh, land warrant, 7, 101 ; 

message for, 149; letters, 6, 7, 90, 98, 

108. 
Mercer, James, on Committee of Safety, 

108 ; land claim, 307. 
Mercer County (Ya.), land in, 231. 
Merchant, Alexander, receipt, 17, 33. 
Mercier, Marie Jeanne, deed of land, 156. 
Meredith, William, Kentucky land owner, 

100. 
Miami Indians. See Twightee. 
Middlesex County (Va.) ( farm in, 143, 144. 
Midway (Ky.), resident, 270. 
Mifflin County (Pa.) in Revolution, 258; 

veterans in, 255, 256, 265. 
Mihills, Richard, receipt, 43. 
Milburn, John, substitute for, 258. 
Militia, officers of, 1, 6, 9, 11, 108 ; court 

martials, 2-5 ; muster rolls, 70, 72, 73, 

81. 93, 134, 150, 157-160, 162, 249; pay 

rolls, 57, 216 ; general muster of, 143 ; 

muster book, 2; rangers, 9-11, 19, 27; 

wages, 99 ; orders for, 103 ; accounts, 
100, 210 ; provisions for, 22 ; in Dun- 

raore's War, 74-100 ; in Revolution, 111, 

114, 119, 121, 123, 126, 129, 130, 133, 

163, 164, 182, 210, 215, 217, 255-265, 

268, 269, 274; drafted, 12, 116, 255, 
265, 266 ; unequal to defense, 154. 



Miller, — , lawsuit, 61, 62. 

Miller, Andrew, receipt, 54. 

Miller, Edward, work on Psalmody, 55. 

Miller, Hugh, receipt, 3 ; account, 53 ; 

pay as soldier, 49. 
Miller, Maj. J. O., letter, 1. 
Miller, James, receipt, 18 ; voucher, 210. 
Miller, James W., certification, 262. 
Miller, John, land grant, 3 ; receipts, 18, 

20, 21, 27, 33, 43, 49; account, 54. 
Miller, Robert, receipt, 25, 176. 
Miller, T., visits Illinois, 241. 
Miller, Thomas, receipt, 25. 
Miller family, in Augusta County, 12. 
Milliher, Samuel, residence, 256. 
Mills, Mrs. — , narrates incident, 275. 
Mills, Capt. John, letter, 134 ; receipt, 185, 

186, 195. 
Mills, John, affidavit, 257, 260. 
Mills, Thomas, pensioner, 283 ; pension 

statement, 262. 
Mills, William, receipt, 167. 
Mills. See Sawmill. 

Mines: coal, in Illinois, 156: lead in Vir- 
ginia, 59, 60, 64, 113, 114, 134; pro- 
tected in Revolution, 127, 129, 163, 193, 
201, 217 ; ores near Point Pleasant, 304. 
Mingo Indians, attitude, 104, 211, 214 ; 

attacked, 98; in Revolution, 182. 
Minor, Franklin, letters, 286, 287 ; mem- 
oranda, 286, 287. 
Miscampbell, Robert, sells horse, 201. 
Mississippi, emigration to, 286. 
Missouri Macjazine, cited, 249. 
Mitchell, Lieut. Charles, in Revolution, 268. 
Mitchell, David, receipt, 183. 
Mitchell, Capt. Hugh, in Revolution, 218. 
Mitchell, Ignatius, land entry, 302. 
Mitchell, Capt. James, militia officer, 11. 
Mitchell, John, receipt, 110. 
Mitchell, Mary. See Woods. 
Mitchell, Nathaniel, pension statement, 250. 
Moffett, Col. George,, land grant, 70; re- 
ceipt, 53 ; witness, 2 ; letter, 61 ; wife, 
277 ; biographical data on, 275. 
Moffett, Mrs. George, anecdote of, 277. 
Moffett, Dr. George B-, letters, 284, 286. 
Moffett, John, sale of land, 61 ; Indian 

wife, 275. 
Moffett, Capt. Robert, children captured, 

142. 
Moffett, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 261. 
Moncey, Skidmore, receipt, 208. 
Monckton, Gen. Robert, British officer, 153. 
Money, continental depreciation, 141, 254-; 
Virginia issues paper, 221 ; scarcity of, 
229 ; foreign systems, 308. 



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Monongalia County (Va.), officers of, 239; 
survey of, 221 ; residents, 224, 225 ; let- 
ters from, 212, 220. 

Monopolies, petition against, 122. 

Monroe, James, letter, 245 ; letters to, 
142, 222. 

Monroe County (Ohio), residents, 255. 

Montaney, Samuel, receipts, 15, 16, 33. 

Montcalm (Va.), letters from, 273, 272. 

Montgomery, Capt. — , orders to, 138. 

Montgomery, Lieut. James, of Pennsylva- 
nia, in Revolution, 2. r >S. 

Montgomery, James, of Virginia, receipt, 
ITS. 

Montgomery, Col. John, magistrate, 109; in 
Dunmore's War, 92, 96 ; in Revolution, 
199, 200, 208; in Illinois, 125; letters, 
92, 113; receipt, 197; receipt for, 209; 
witness, 124. 

Montgomery, Joseph, receipt, 178. 

Montgomery, Robert, introduced, 73 ; re- 
ceipt, 178. 

Montgomery, Samuel, receipt, 178. 

Montgomery, William, receipt, 178. 

Montgomery family, in Dunmore's War, 
77; sign petition, 122. 

Montgomery County (Md. ), resident, 297. 

Montgomery County (Va.), county lieuten- 
ant, 119; .-justice of peace, 131, 139; 
commission for, 118; county court, 137; 
militia, 135-137, 217, 265; frontiers en- 
dangered, 119, 120, 142; expedition from, 
129 ; loyalists' trials in, 135 ; military 
claims. 183 ; letters from, 118, 132 ; let- 
ters to, 120, 121. 123, 124, 126, 128, 
133-137, 139-145, 193. 

Moore, Capt. — , letter enclosed, 143. 

Moore, — , purchase from, 224. 

Moore, Gen. Andrew, notes on, 278. 

Moore, Capt. John, militia officer, 11 ; fur- 
nishes provisions, 44 j receipts, 35, 188. 

Moere, Joseph, order, 187. 

Moore, Robert, receipt, 170. 

Moore, Samuel, receipt, 170. 

Moore, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 250. 

Moore, William, affidavit, 251. 

Moorefield (Va.), letter from, 274, 279. 

Mooresburg (Tenn. ), letter from, 296. 

Moreman, Charles, affidavit, 241. 

Moreton, — , land claim, 242. 

Morgan, Abraham, loyalist, 135. 

Morgan, Col. Daniel, in Revolution, 250, 
253. 

Morgan, Col. George, Philadelphia mer- 
chant, 155 ; land, grants for, 155, 156 ; 
in Indiana Company, 163; Indian agent, 
211, 212. 

Morgan, John, loyalist, 138. 



Morgan, John, survey for, 192. 

Morgan, N., residence, 133. 

Morgan, Simon, survey, 227, 228. 

Morgan County ( 111. ) , Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 263. 

Morgan County (Ohio), resident, 288. 

Morgantown (Va.), letter from, 241; dur- 
ing Whiskey Rebellion, 239. 

Morris, Israel, legal opinion, 232 ; direc- 
tions for farming, 307. 

Morris, Robert, land conveyed to, 244, 245, 
302. 

Morrison, Ma.j. John, in battle of Long 
Island, 1'71. 

Morristown (N. J.), winter quarters, 258. 

Morrow, — , cabin in Fayette County, 242. 

Mound, John, receipt, 51. 

Mount Airy (Va.), letter f>om, 101. 

Mount Solon (Va.), letter from, 294. 

Mountains : 

Chestnut Ridge, crossed, 253. 

Clinch, as boundary, 93. 

Iron, route via, 122. 

King's. See Battles. 

Laurel Ridge, crossed, 253. 

Negro, how named, 285. 

Rich Creek, settlers near, 72. 

Savage, how named, 285. 

Warrior's Ridge, scouting to"ward, 182. 

Mawport, John, receipt, 3. 

Moy Toy, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Muhlenberg, Cen. John P. G., letter to, 
135. 

Muldrougb, Hugh, receipt, 195. 

Muldrough, Jean, receipt, 186. 

Mnldrough, John, receipt, 186. 

Mullen, Thomas, receipt, 26. 

Munford, Capt. Robert, in French and In- 
dian War, 149. 

Munsee Indians, in Revolution, 260. 

Murdough, John, witness, 175. 

Murphy, — , accounts, 50. 

Murphy, Cherokee Indian, 96. 

Murray, Col. James, militia return, 215. 

Murray, Capt. John, in Dunmore's War, 
158; killed, 274. 

Murray, William, in Illinois, 156. 

Muster rolls. See Militia. 

Myers, — , messenger, 143. 

Myers vs. Speed, case in Kentucky courts, 
239. 

Mynatt, Richard, witness, 173 ; receipt, 
173. 



Nal-le, Capt. William, in Dunmore's War,. 

159. 
Napa City (Cal.), letter from, 297. 



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Nash, E., cotton buyer, 251. 

Nash, Col. Francis, election, 13. 

Nash, William, surveyor, 70. 

Nashville (Tenn.j. distance from, 308. See 

also French Lick. 
Natchez (Miss.), voyage tu, •_* 19. 241; resi- 
dent, 247. 
National Intelligencer, cited, 276. 
Natural Bridge (Va.), letter from, 281, 282. 
Navy, vessels in, 248 ; in 1812, 249. 
Neely, James, residence, 121 ; receipt, 172. 
Neely, John, sells provisions, 172. 
Neely, Capt. William, magistrate, 135 ; de- 
fends fort, 238 ; receipt, 172. 
Negroes, in Kentucky, 233 ; in Pennsyl- 
vania, 234 ; in Virginia, 69 ; captured by 
Indians, 94, 98 ; killed by Indians, 116 ; 
clothes for, 237 ; sold for board, 236. 
Nelson, — , land holder, 55. 
Nelson, Gov. Thomas, resignation, 140. 
Netherland, Thomas, land owner, 296. 
Nettle, Abraham, receipt, 200. 
Nevill, Lieut. Joseph, in Revolution, 263. 
New Albany (Ind.), letter from, 298. 
New Brittaine, discovery of, 147. 
New Dublin (Va.), letter from, 74, 77. 
New England, land grant on the Ohio, '304, 

307. 
New Holland (Ky.), commissioners at, 224. 
New Jersey, in Revolution, 124, 258. 
New Jersey, College of. See Princeton. 
New London (Va.), letter from, 64. 
New Orleans, Sailing at, 12 ; trade with, 

144 ; location, 305 ; distance to, 308. 
New Providence (Va.>, meeting-house at, 

143 ; resident, 62. 
New York City, visited, 152 ; letters from, 
150—153 ; newspapers, 154 ; in Revolu- 
tion, 115, 125, 120, 140. 
New York State, in Revolution, 261. 
Newark (N. J.), letter from, 233, 243. 
Newbprn (N. C), Indians visit, 99; capi- 
tal of state, 117, 127. 
Newell, Capt. James, orderly book, 158 ; 
assistant commissary, 201 ; receipt, 179 ; 
in Revolution, 265. 
Newell, John, receipt, 172. 
Newell, Samuel, witness, 218. 
Newell, William, witness, 172. 
Newland, Jacob, voucher, 210. 
Newland, John, accused of disloyalty, 133. 
Newspapers, not printed, 140 ; in New 

York, 154. 
Newton, John, loyalist, 138. 
Ney, Marshal Michel, identity, 292. 
Niagara, distance to, 305. 
Nice, Capt. William, in Revolution, 265. 
Nicholas, — , loyalist, 131. 



Nicholas, James, witness, 174. 
Nicholas, Robert C, letter, 59. 

Nicholson, John, land sold to, 244, 302. 
Norris, John, sells provisions, 176 ; receipt, 

207. 
North American Land Company, holdings, 
24::, 244. 

North Carolina, boundary commission, 117, 
US; boundaries, 8, 73, 219, 307; fron- 
tier settlements, 228 ; militia from, 90, 
95, 97, 100 ; defeat, 114 ; Indian expe- 
dition in, 129, 130, 151; loyalists, 267; 
news from, 110, 116 ; colonial governors, 
117, 150 ; convention, 109 ; assembly, 
231 ; western cession, 233 ; emigration 
from, 201. 

North Mahoning township (Pa.), resident, 
254. 

Northumberland County (Pa.), militia re- 
turn, 215, 249 ; in Revolution, 256, 259, 
269, 270. 

Northwest Territory, legislature opened, 
243 ; counties formed, 302. 

Norvell, James, gives bond, 132 ; letter to, 
144 ; witness, 183, 185. 

Norwood, Capt. Samuel, militia officer, 11. 

Nova Scotia, governor, 55. 

Nowlin, Patrick, receipt, 186. 



Oaki.ands (Va.), Watts's residence, 293. 

Oats, Roger, loyalist, 138. 

O'Bannion, John, land entry, 220, 302. 

Ocheltree, Michael, receipts, 170, 206; 
voucher, 181. 

Oconastota, Cherokee chief, 79, 97 ; friend- 
ly, 108; letters to, 92, 105; message, 81; 
treaty with. 117. 

Octorara, resident, 233. 

O'Daniel, John, land entry, 225. 

Ogle, Capt. James, in Revolution, 265. 

Ogle, Capt. Joseph, in Revolution, 210, 
266 ; at Foreman's defeat, 212 ; siege of 
Fort Henry, 267 ; voucher, 210. 

Ohio, governor, 286 ; sale of book in, 289. 

Ohio Company, surveys for, 101, 104 ; col- 
ony, 99 ; grant, 7. 

Ohio County (Va.), in Revolution, 263; 
veterans in, 260, 262 ; residents, 241, 
256, 257. 

Old Hop, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Olden Time, cited, 149. 

Oliver, James, receipt, 33. 

Oney, Richard, loyalist, 138. 

Orange County (N. Y.), in Revolution, 261. 

Orange County (Va. ), document recorded 
in, 2 ; prison, 6 ; lawyer, 141 ; native, 
279. 



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Orbesin, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 257. 

Oregon, pioneer in, 297. 

Orphans' court, memoranda on, 304. 

Orr, Col. Alexander D., information from, 
243 ; surveys, 244. 

Orr's Mill, in Fayette County, 242. 

Osage Indians, purchase from, 248. 

Osborn, Capt. — , captured, 217. 

Ottawa (Tawa) Indians, in Revolution, 
182 ; attack on Kentucky, 212. 

Overton, Capt. James, in French and In- 
dian War, 69 ; on Sandy Creek expedi- 
tion, 10 ; land grant, 112. 

Overton County (Tenn.), letter from, 275, 
277. 

Owen, John, cures cancer, 303. 

Oxford (Md.), letter from, 232. 



P — , T — , receipt, 307. 

Page, Mrs. — , interviewed, 286. 

Page, John, candidate for governor, 141 ; 
governor, 118 ; letters, 114, 118. 

Palfreman, A., witness, 131. 

Parker, — , land grant, 112. 

Parker, Robert, surveys, 226 ; land for 
sale, 304 ; signs land entries. 226, 229 ; 
witness, 220, 221, 223-227, 229, 230. 

Parkes, James, voucher, 210. 

Parks, — , killed, 110. 

Parks, William, land patentee, 5. 

Parsinger, Christopher, receipt, 199. 

Parsinger, Jacob, receipt, 186. See also 
Persinger. 

Parsons, Capt. James, in Revolution, 263. 

Patrick, Jeremiah, loyalist, 135. 

Patrick, William, certification, 264. 

Patterson, Erwin, among the Cherokee, 7. 

Patterson, George, cleared of charges, 123. 

Patterson, John, voucher, 167. 

Patterson, William, horses stolen, 128. 

Patterson vs. Bradford, case in Kentucky 
courts, 239. 

Patton, Henry, sells provisions, 176 ; re- 
ceipt, 208. 

Patton, Col. James, lieutenant colonel, 1, 
2 ; county lieutenant, 6, 248 ; collector of 
duties, 2 ; justice of peace, 6, 7 ; coroner, 
6 ; escheator, 8 ; president of court-mar- 
tials, 2-A ; militia officer, 1-4 ; contract, 
8 ; indentured servant, 1 ; imports ne- 
groes, 5 ; visits Cherokee, 7 ; land pat- 
ents, 1, 4, 6, 7, 67, 123, 140; lawsuits, 
10, 11 ; letters, 7 ; letters to, 1, 5-7, 9 ; 
witness, 6 ; commissions, 1, 2, 6, 8 ; will, 
5, 213; death, 9, 12; estate, 71, 122. 

Patton, James, in Dunmore's War, 82. 

Patton, Capt. John, in Revolution, 130. 



l'atton, Robert, survey for, 192. 

Patton, William, notes on, 293. 

Patton family, in Dunmore's War, 77 ; in- 
termarriages, 145. 

Paul, Lieut. Audley, receipt, 26 ; witness, 
20 ; biographical notes on, 282. 

Pauling, Capt. Henry, in Dunmore's War, 
159 ; in Revolution, 136. 

Paullen, Henry, witness, 174. 

Paulus Hook (N. J.), captured, 125. 

Paxton, Capt. — , in Revolution, 264. 

Paxton, James G., letter, 280. 

Paxton, John, account, 39 ; receipts, 203, 
206. 

Paxton, Thomas, receipt, 170, 188. 

Paxton, William, receipts, 188, 203 ; wit- 
ness, .188. 

Pawley, John, emigrates to Kentucky, 279. 

Payton, Ephraim, assignee, 220. 

Peaches, directions for preserving, 301. 

Peachy, Col. William, letter, 67, 73 ; money 
from, 104. 

Pearce, Capt. — , in Revolution, 210. 

Pearce, John, receipt, 178. 

Pearis, Richard, agent to Cherokee, 9 ; on 
Sandy Creek expedition, 10. 

Peary, David, sells provisions, 176. 

Pease, Josiah, migrates to Kentucky, 108. 

Peck, John Mason, Life of Daniel Boone, 
criticized, 300. 

Peel Tree (Va.), letter from, 270. 

Peerie, John, receipt, 199. 

Peery, — , surveyor, 157. 

Peery, David, land entry, 304. 

Pemberton, George, accused of disloyalty, 
133. 

Pendergrass, Garret, station attacked, 268. 

Pendleton, Col. Edmund, lawyer, 141 ; 
president of Virginia council, 111, 112 ; 
on Committee of Safety, 108 ; land 
claims, 62, 219; receipt, 122; letters, 10, 
11, 22, 59, 73, 140; letters to, 71, 108, 
111. 

Pendleton County (Va.), Revolutionary 

veteran in, 263. 
"Pfndleton District (N. C), letter from, 109. 

Pendrie, Thomas, sells horses, 209. 

Penn, Capt. Abraham, commands militia, 
95. 

Pennant, Elias, explorer, 147. 

Pennsylvania, map of portion, 228 ; boun- 
dary, 73, 124, 220, 221 ; distances in, 
308 ; frontiers threatened, 119, 254 ; 
Indian murders in, 53 ; troops in Revolu- 
tion, 250, 252-260, 265, 268-270; 8th 
Infantry, 250, 253 ; Whiskey Rebellion 
in, 239 ; governor of, 148 ; supremo 
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Pennsylvania — continued 

riage in, 150; sale of book, 289; Ga- 
zette, excerpts from, 148, 182; Packet, 
excerpts from, 163. 

Penn's Valley, in Revolution, 260. 

Pensions, commissioners of, 268, 283 ; clerk 
in office, 288 ; investigating agent, 267 ; 
for Indian fighters, 276 ; Revolutionary 
veterans, 250-268, 283 ; laws concerning, 
258. 

Peoples, — , soldier, 50. 

Peoples, Nathan, receipt, 50. 

Pepper, Samuel, loyalist, 135. 

Pepper, Samuel, sends substitute, 137. 

"Peripatetic." See Robinson, David. 

Perkins, — , instructions, 5. 

Pernambuco (Brazil), population, 305. 

Perry, David, Kentucky settler, 240. 

Persinger, Jacob, pension statement, 287. 
See also Parsinger. 

Petersburg (Va.), in Revolution, 126. 

Peteson, Jacob, letter, 129. 

Peyton, J. L., letter, 296. 

Phagen, Philip, receipts, 21, 23, 33, 48. 

Pheasant Branch (Wis.), resident, 288-291. 

Phelps, Col. — , insubordination, 56. 

Phelps, John, receipt, 197. 

Philadelphia (Pa.), route to, 56; visited, 
55, 241 ; merchants, 155, 156 ; Congress 
meets at, 87, 90 ; capital of United 
States, 235, 236, 240 ; residents, 153, 
233-235, 238, 281-284, 302 ; letters from, 
53, 154, 285, 291. 

Philadelphia County (Pa.), letter to, 283- 
285. 

Philips, William, Kentucky land owner, 
100. 

Phillips, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

Phillips, Maj. — , messenger, 87. 

Phillips, Hezekiah, loyalist, 135. 

Phipps, Joshua, receipt, 173, 198 ; witness, 
167, 169, 173. 

Phipps, William, receipt, 180. 

Phristo, Robert, loyalist, 138. 

Pick Indians, attitude, 104. 

Pickaway, Shawnee town, 214. 

Pickaway Coun ty ( Ohio ) , Revolutionary 
veteran in, 25^. 

Pickens, Gen. Andrew, memoir, 274 ; sent 
to Draper, 279, 280. 

Pickens, Maj. John, residence, 3. 

Pillager, Augustine, land grant, 228, 300. 

Pin dell, Thomas, survey for, 192. 

Pinkerton, John, witness, 225. 

Piper, Col. Thomas, residence, 258. 

Pitchlynn, Isaac, receipt, 48. 



Pittsburgh (Pa.), in Dunmore's War, 157; 
in Revolution, 210; Indian treaty at, 
11;", ]22 ; prisoners, 114 ; Indian com- 
mission, 119 ; Ohio port, 248 ; route via, 
249, 253 ; distances from, 305, 306 ; 
proposed visit to, 56 ; letters from, 101, 
106. 

Pittsylvania County (Va.), letter from, 
122; militia, 87, 166, 215; defense of, 
110; refuses aid, 120. 

Pittsylvania Court House (Va.), letter 
from, 285. 

Platina, directions for rendering malleable, 
301. 

Pluggy, Captain, Mohawk chief, 182. 

Poage, Maj. George, statement of account, 
194 ; receipt, 173. 

Poage, James, receipt, 203. 

Poage, John, receipt, 170. 

Poage, William, recommended as officer, 95. 

Pocahontas County ( Va. ) , veterans in, 
259, 262 ; letter from, 284. 

Poe, John, pension statement, 250-252, 
288. 

Point Pleasant ( Va. and W. Va. ) , maps 
of, 251, 273, 295 ; ore found near, 304 ; 
expedition to, 157-159, 162 ; battle at, 
249, 252, 253, 292, 293, 296-298, 300; 
garrison at, 95, 96, 98, 102, 104, 160, 
161 ; in Revolution, 114, 165, 177, 182, 
258, 268, 287 ; letter from, 280 ; Weekly 
Register, articles from, 293. 

Points, Capt. Nathaniel, in Revolution, 
268. 

Poison, Capt. — , land grant, 104. 

Poison, Swain, loyalist, 135. 

Pontotoc (Miss.), resident, 270, 272; let- 
ters from, 282, 283. 

Poopickhoover ( Poppecaughfer) , Joseph, 
loyalist, 130, 135. 

Porter, D., recommended for surveyor, 71. 

Porter, John, receipt, 170. 

Porterfield, John, affidavit before, 265. 

Porterfield, Robert, certification, 264. 

Posebright, Richard, voucher, 210. 

Posey, John, letter, 272, 273. 

Posey, Capt. Thomas, in French and In- 
dian War, 148 ; in Dunmore's War, 272 ; 
land owner, 247 ; money paid to, 167. 

Post St Vincent. See Vincennes. 

Potash, directions for making, 301. 

Potter, Thomas, loyalist, 138. 

Potts, John, buys provisions, 6 ; receipt, 
44. 

Powell, Richard, survey for, 192. 

Powell, William, survey for, 192. 



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Powell's Valley (Va.), ranging in, 265; 
surveys, 244 ; scout to, 90 ; Indian raids 
in, 70, 110; deserted, 111; settlements, 
270, 271 ; post in, 218. 

Pawer, James, articles of agreement, 227 ; 
bond for, 227. 

Towers, James, land grant, 7. 

Prairie du Rocher ( 111. ) , French settle- 
ment, 155. 

Prathcr, Charles, anecdote of, 285. 

Prentiss, Henry L., affidavit before, 260, 
264. 

Presbyterians, in Kentucky, 303 ; Mary- 
land, 297 ; Pennsylvania, 234 ; Virginia, 
61, 275, 280. 

Presbytery, minutes for, 305 ; of Hanover 
County, 166. 

Preston, Elisabeth, receipt, 19. 

Preston, Francis, assignee, 8 ; letter, 240. 

Preston, James Patton, assignee, 8. 

Preston, John, land grant, 3 ; son, 145. 

Preston Jr., John, assignee, 8 ; witness, 
131 ; letters to, 144, 145. 

Preston, Mary, witness, 51. 

Preston, Nancy, death, 142. 

Preston, Robert, in Dunmore's War, 85 ; 
assistant commissary, 166, 167, 171-173, 
183 ; receipt, 197 ; witness, 184-187. 

Preston, Thomas, receipt, 197. 

Preston, W. R., letter, 278. 

Preston, Col. William, militia officer, 9-17 ; 
magistrate, 135 ; commissioner, 116, 117, 
141, 222; register, 8; county lieutenant 
of Fincastle, 112, 113; of Montgomery, 
119 ; issues warrant, 118 ; stations 
troops, 193, 265 ; surveyor of Botetourt, 
66 ; Fincastle, 65. 67-70, 101, 104, 106, 
108 ; commission for, 128 ; on Sandy 
Creek expedition, 10 ; marriage, 55 ; 
daughter's death, 142 ; visits Kentucky, 
141 ; owns Kentucky land, 100 ; lawsuit, 
22 ; orders for, 18, 26, 27 ; issues order 
of court, 133 ; executor of estates, 227 ; 
receipt, 209 ; receipts for, 14-55, 123 ; 
house guarded, 120 ; memorandum on In- 
dian murder, 119, 120; list of loyalists, 
133; statements concerning, 123, -132, 
138 ; address to Cherokee, 92 ; to Shaw- 
nep, 215, 216; witness, 8, 131; letters, 
10, 11, 13, 26, 49, 71, 72, 75, 76, 80, 81, 
83, 85, 97, 101, 103, 105, 107, 108, 111, 
114, 115, 118, 119, 122, 123, 128, 130, 
132, 134-136, 139, 142, 161, 184, 213-217, 
221, 273; letters to, 8, 12, 51, 53-144, 
193, 214 ; soldiers' book, 76 ; survey ac- 
count book, 55; criticism of, 104; bio- 
graphical notes, 145, 269. 

Preston Jr., William, assignee, 8. 

Preston, William C, letter, 269. 



Preston family, intermarriages, 145. 

Preston papers, owner, 271, 277, 279 ; 
Draper secures, 278, 280 ; calendar of, 
1-146. 

Prestonville Company, promoted, 292. 

Price, David, loyalist, 135. 

Price, Michael, residence, 74, 134, 137 ; 
loyalist, 123, 129, 130, 213. 

Price, Tomas, deposition, 112. 

Price, William, receipt, 21, 33, 43. 

Price, Rev. William T„ article, 295, 297; 
letters, 298. 

Prince, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Prince Edward County (Va.), resident, 
292 ; letters from, 233, 236. 

Princeton College, president, 285 ; gradu- 
ates, 302 ; letters from, 275, 280, 283. 

Prisoners, surrendered by Indians, 57. 

Pruit, Mrs. — , daughter married, 133. 

Pryor, John, receipts, 16, 33. 

Pryor, John, land entry, 221, 225, 242, 
.'i02 ; survey for, 227. 

Tryor, Joseph, receipt, 19, 33. 

Pryor, Nicholas, receipt, 205. 

Pryor, Richard, receipt, 34. 

Pryor Jr., Richard, receipt, 43. 

Pugh, Samuel, receipt, 11. 

Pullin, George W., letter, 295. 

Pullin, Loftus, receipt, 21, 34, 38. 43, 44 ; 
witness, 21. 

Pullin, Moses, receipt, 197. 

Pullin, Thomas, receipt, 192. 

Purdie, Alexander, editor, 97, 162. 

Purviance, — , land owner, 304. 

Purviance, William, receipt, 52. 

Putnam, A. W., History of Middle Tennes- 
see, cited, 219. 



Q faker Meadows (N. C), defeat at, 114. 
Quakers, refuse to take oath, 138. 
Quarles, Stephen, witness, 239. 
Quarles, Terns tall, witness, 229. 
Queen Charlotte, birthday celebration, 120. 
Quick, Capt. — , messenger, 127. 



Radford, — , order on, 237. 

Radford, William M., possesses Preston 

papers, 279. 
Rains's Station (Tenn. ) , Indian raid at, 

235. 
Ralston, William, account, 13. 
Ramsey, Mrs. Eliza, letter, 271. 
Ramsey, James, accounts, 238. 
Ramsey, John, executor, 237 ; letter, 235 ; 

letter to, 233 ; witness, 234. 
Ramsey, Capt. John, militia officer, 11 ; 

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Ramsey, Samuel, receipt, 188, 203. 

Ramsey, Thomas, receives public stores, 
46. 

Ramsey, William, receipt, 34, 51 ; account, 
45. 

Randall, Col. — , mentioned, 62. 

Randolph, — , lawyer, 126. 

Randolph, Edmund, attorney general, 140. 

Randolph, John, letter, 55. 

Randolph, Peyton, candidate for speaker, 
59. 

Ranger, costume described, 285. 

Rankin, Rev. Adam, residence, 303. 

Rankin, Rev. John, residence, 303. 

Rankin, William, pension statement, 259. 

Rayra, George, receipt, 34. 

Razor, Peter, loyalist, 138 ; voucher, 176. 

Read, Col. Clement, officer, 12, 22 ; provi- 
sions from, 19 ; letters, 13, 14. 

Read, William, receipt, 190, 192. 

Reading (Pa.), native, 255. 

Reed, Robert, receipt, 28. 

Reese, Thomas, in Revolution, 249. 

Reid, Alexander, witness, 173, 184. 

Reid, Gasper, loyalist, 135. 

Reid, Mrs. Lilcy, sketch, 293. 

Reid, Nathan, witness, 200. 

Reid, Thomas, receipt, 186. 

Reid, Walker, note for, 246. 

Reins, John, receipt, 208 ; account, 208. 

Reins, Meredy, receipt, 209. 

Relfe, — , lawsuit, 241. 

Remsen, G. W., letter, 291. 

Remsen, Peter A., cotton factor, 251, 252. 

Renfro, Jethro, voucher, 176. 

Renfro, William, drover, 198. 

Renfro, William, receipt, 186. 

Renyx, Robert, buys provisions, 6. 

Rhea, Rev. Joseph, introduced, 106, 107. 

Rice, Ben, clerk of Bedford County, 157. 

Rice, Rev. David, residence, 303. 

Rice, Ebenezer, missionary, 307. 
Rice, Capt. George, in Revolution, 250, 
264. 

Rice, Jacob, voucher, 210. 

Richardson, Holt, land grant, 67. 

Richardson, Joseph, receipt, 173 ; witness, 
173. 

Richey, Robert, witness, 118. 

Richfield (Va.), Andrew Lewis' residence, 

84, 124 ; letter from, 65. 
Richmond (Va. ), land office, 221; conven- 
tion at, 107, 163 ; capital of State, 129, 
136, 137, 139, 142, 227, 228, 239; let- 
ters from, 231, 236, 245, 254, 277; resi- 
dents, 64, 274, 282 ; visits to, 57, 106 ; 
distances from, 218; expenses at, 141; 
on route to Kentucky, 308. 



Richmond County (Va.), letter from, 67. 
Ridgeway (Miss.), Fontaine's residence, 

282. 
Ridgeway (Va.), Minor's residence, 286, 

287. 
Riley, Francis, receipt, 34. 
Riley, John, in Revolution, 257. 
Rind, — , newspaper publisher, 60. 
Ritchey, James, witness, 169 ; receipt, 170. 
Ritchey, William, receipt, 170, 181. 
Rivers ; 

Appomattox, fort on, 147. 
Arkansas, route via, 305. 
Big Kanawha. See below, Great Kan- 
awha. 
Big Sandy, mouth, 218. 
"Blandina," falls of, 147. 
Bluestone, settlements on, 76, 138 ; let- 
ter from, 75. 
Calf Pasture, west branch, 2. 
Catawba, fort on, 9. 

Clinch, headwaters, 10 ; map of, 78 ; set- 
tlements on, 86, 128, 138 ; emigrants 
from, 235 ; Indian alarm on, 71, 75, 
88, 93 ; raids, 90, 91, 141 ; defenseless, 
128, 138; forts on, 79, 92, 95; militia 
on, 84, 85 ;, scouting from, 72 ; visited, 
116. 
Coal, scouting near, 75, 77. 
Cumberland, headwaters, 307 ; voyaga 

on, 219; letter from, 127. 
Dick's, in Kentucky, 94. 
Elk, lands on, 234 ; camp at mouth, 159. 
Gauley, scouting near, 182. 
Great Kanawha, mouth, 96, 160, 161, 
273, 307 ; garrison on, 77, 95 ; Dun- 
more, 87 ; land grant, 104 ; falls, 95. 
See also below, New. 
Green, route via, 308. 

Greenbrier, settlements on, 211 ; defense 
of, 122, 263, 264. See also Green- 
brier (Va.). 
Guyandot, mouth, 218. 
Hockhocking, mouth, 160. 
Tlolston, islands in, 296 ; land grant on. 
8, 63 ; settlements, 62, 69, 90, 109, 
161, 231, 271 ; petition of, 71 ; Indian 
alarm, 9, 79, 91 ; defense of, 83, 92, 
03, 96, 265 ; fort on, 219 : battle on, 
115, 116, 163, 165, 183, 266; Indian 
treaty, 235 ; troops from, 82 ; spying 
from, 74 ; loyalists on, 129 ; capital of 
Tennessee, 238 ; letters from, 76, 78. 
Illinois, voyage on, 156. 
Indian. See above, Holston. 
Jackson, in French and Indian War, 12, 

18, 65. 
James, house on, 8 ; resident, 136 ; 
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Kaskaskia, land claim on, 226. 
Kentucky, as a boundary, 105, 134 ; set- 
tlers on, 104, 106, 112 ; land claims, 
104 ; Indian capture, 114. 
Little, flight from, 84 ; pack horses on, 

222. 
Little Guyandot, surveying on, 70, 71. 
Little Kanawha, mouth, 248, 308. 
Little Miami, mouth, 248. 
Little Sandy, lands on, 243. 
"Meho," Indians on, 56. 
Mississippi, tributaries, 5, 7 ; lands on, 
155 ; navigation of, 230 ; Spanish 
control, 125, 145. 
Missouri, journey up, 305. 
Monongabela, Indian attack on, 182 ; 

fort at mouth, 148. 
New, mine on, 100 ; land grant, 8, 63 ; 
route via, 84 ; surveying on, 60 ; set- 
tlements, 77, 84, 294 ; petition of, 60, 
61 ; ferry across, 286 ; danger on, 85 ; 
ranging, 58, S3 ; troops, 112, 193 ; 
forts, 74 ; town at mouth, 64 ; loyal- 
ists on, 130, 131 ; in Revolution, 262 ; 
letters from, 284. See also above, 
Great Kanawha. 
Nolichucky, settlements on, 109 ; Indian 

raids, 105. 
Ohio, as a. boundary, 61, 221, 250; trib- 
utaries, 218, 273 ; falls of, 98, 129, 
140, 218, 220 ; mouth, 155 ; distances 
on, 248, 306; Indians, 211; settle- 
ments, 64, 267 ; lands, 105, 245, 247, 
304, 307 ; surveying on, 68, 70, 71 ; 
Indian attacks, 220, 284 ; in French 
and Indian War, 9, 12 ; Dunmore's 
War, 78, 80, 159 ; Revolution, 262, 
263, 269 ; posts on, 148, 212, 255. 
""Oronoke," described, 300. 
Roanoke, land on, 65 ; house, 22. 
Rockcastle, ford of, 143. 
St. Lawrence, geography of, 305. 
Scioto, mouth, 307, 308. 
Smith, Indian raid, 56. 
Smith's Fork, Indians on, 236. 
Susquehanna, as boundary, 228. 
Wabash, Indians of, hostile, 144. 
Washita, hot springs on, 247. 
Watauga, settlements on, 74, 96, 109- 
111 ; Indians visit, 92 ; Indian treaty 
on, 101 ; troops from, 115 ; danger on, 
113; forts, 114, 116, 165; messengers 
from, 78. 
Wood's, trip to, 4 ; land grant on, 4, 8. 
York, fleet off mouth, 111. 
Rives, William C, information from, 287; 
owns Walker papers, 279, 282, 286 ; to 
write biography, 279. 



Rives, Mrs. William C, sister, 286. 
Roads, in Sullivan County (Term.), 296- 
Roan, — , extract from letter, 63. 
Koan County (X. C), trial in, 132. 
Roanoke (Va. ), letter from, 278. 
Roanoke County (Va.), visited, 69; resi- 
dents, 50-58; militia at, 58. 
Roanoke Navigation Company, promoted, 

292. 
Roark, James, family killed, 128. 
Roberts, — , among horses, 111. 
Roberts, James, captured, 98. 
Roberts, John, family captured, 90. 
Roberts, Matthew, soldier, 49. 
Roberts, Samuel, witness, 250, 251. 
Robertson, A lexander, receipt, 180 ; re- 
ceipt for, 209. 
Robertson, Col. Elijah, pursues Indians, 

235. 
Robertson, James, of Tennessee, drives 
wagon, 54 ; letter mentioned, 112 ; iron 
for, 122 ; residence, 238 ; family emi- 
grates, 219; letter to, 235; pursues In- 
dians, 236. 
Robertson, James, of Virginia, lieutenant, 
58, 59; magistrate, 135; in Dunmore's 
War, 88 ; Revolution, 113, 116 ; letters, 
60, 06, 69, 75, 77, 79-83. 86, 87, 89, 116. 
121, 141, 143; letter to, 80; carries let- 
ter, 231. 
Robertson, James, certification in 1833, 

264. 
Robinson, Capt. — , collection from, 241. 
Robinson, Lieut. — , in Revolution, 265. 
Robinson, Charles, plans for defense, 110. 
Robinson, David, in French and Indian 
War, '.), 140 ; recommended for appoint- 
ment, 27 ; certificates, 57, 58 ; receipts, 
9, 11, 12, 23, 174, 175; witness, 31, 175; 
message for, 10S ; letters, 47, 51, 55, 56, 
60, 61. 
Robinson, Edward, voucher, 210. 
Robinson, Capt. George, militia officer, 2 ; 
patents land, 4 ; statement of account, 
13. 
Robinson, James, gives bond, 132 ; witness, 

180. 
Robinson, John, treasurer of Virginia, 6, 

59. 
Robinson, John, statement of account, 
9 ; debtor, 61 ; receipts, 48, 205 ; sella 
provisions, 175. 
Robinson, Richard, receipt, 1 99. 
Robinson, Robert, witness, 172 ; receipt, 

203. 
Robinson, Samuel, loyalist, 132, 135. 
Robinson, Capt. William, in Revolution, 
163, 216; letter to, 217. 



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Robinson, William, statement of account, 
9 ; sells provisions, 175. 

Rockbridge County ( Va. ) , settlers, 270, 
275, 282 ; troops from, 135, 215. 

Rockingham County (Va.), resident, 140. 

Rocky Ridge (Va.), ammunition from, 74. 

Rodgers, Abraham, deposition, 262. 

Rodgers, George, receipt, 24, 55. 

Roe, Richard, letter, 242, 243 ; complaint 
against, 244. 

Roe, William, receipt, 207. 

Rogan, — , mentioned, 276. 

Rogan, Maj. — , in Revolution, 278. 

Rogers, Abraham, article, 267. 

Rogers, Col. David, defeat, 299. 

Rogers, T. A., letter, 296. 

Rogersville (Tenn.), letter from, 296. 

Rollins, Alexander, receipt, 34, 48. 

Rominc, James, accused of disloyalty, 133. 

Rooks, George, desires new state, 220. 

Rose, James A., Counties of Illinois, cited, 
302. 

Ross, — , message for, 144. 

Ross, Alexander, letter, 106. 

Ross, David, accused of disloyalty, 133. 

Ross, Enoch, land claim, 242. 

Ross, Joseph W., certification, 261. 

Ross, William, receipt, 173. 

Ross County (Ohio), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 250-252. 

Round Oak (Va.), school at, 107. 

Roush, George, certification, 259. 

Rousb, Henry, substitute, 259. 

Roush, Jonas, pension statement, 259. 

Roush, Michael, certification, 259. 

Rowland, Haj. Thomas, in Revolution, 137. 

Royal Oak (Va.), Arthur Campbell's resi- 
dence, 74, 82-85, 88, 90, 91, 93, 94, 96, 
97, 99, 101 ; in Revolution, 272. 

Ruble, Samuel, survey for, 192. 

Ruddell's Station (Ky.), attacked, 218. 

Ruddle, Isaac, signs petition, 122. 

Rudolph, Capt. Michael, identified, 292. 

Ruffner, Dr. Henry, proposed history, 281. 

Rumsey, James, witness, 155; land grant, 
156. 

Rumsey, James, inventor, 232. 

Rush, Dr. Benjamin, prescription, 239. 

Rusk, Hugh, receipt, 205. 

Rusk, John, sells horse, 205. 

Russell, Andrew, receipt, 49. 

Russell, Bryce, letter, 76, 77 ; daughter 
captured, 125. 

Russell, Henry, killed by Indians, 67. 

Russell, R., directions for making plow, 
307. 

Russell, Rev. Robert, presbytery, 303. 



Russell, Col. William, in Dunmore's War, 
83, 84, 88, 94, 98; remains at Point 
Pleasant, 98 ; returns from, 102 ; resi- 
dence garrisoned, 78, 100 ; protects fron- 
tier, 70, 72, 102, 193 ; message to Ken- 
tucky, 106 ; account, 209 ; stores for, 
111; land claims, 100, 123; in Revolu- 
tion, 139, 163 ; letters, 70, 75, 79, 84, 
86, 98, 104, 112, 113, 116, 124, 126, 163; 
forwarded, 72. 

"Russian Spy," articles, 254, 289. 

Ruston, Edith, legacy, 241. 

Ruston, Elizabeth, witness, 156 ; legacy, 
210. 

Ruston, Job, land holdings, 231, 234; 
agreement with Finley, 225, 232, 233; 
marriage contract, 156 ; family, 303 ; 
will, 156, 226, 233; heirs, 233; execu- 
tors, 233 ; estate, 230, 232, 234, 235, 
237 ; will contested, 300. 

Ruston, Rev. John Baker, residence, 303 ; 
death, 230. 

Ruston, Dr. Thomas, suit against, 234, 
235 ; accounts, 230, 232, 236 ; letters, 
232, 235 ; extracts from, 233 ; letter to, 
236. 

Rutherford, — , recommended for surveyor, 
69. 

Rutherford, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

Rutherford, R., letter, 225. 

Rutledge, Capt. George, magistrate, 135; 
receipts for company, 174, 177, 187 ; aids 
Lockhart, 183; witness, 174, 175, 180, 
184, 187; military career, 275. 

Rutledge, James, sells provisions, 177. 

Rutledge, William, receipt, 52. 

Ryan, Michael, land entry, 226 ; assigns- 
land. 242. 

Rye Coves (Va.), visited, 69. 



Sabin, Joseph, reprint, 147. 

Sadler, Samuel, loyalist, 135. 

St. Asaph's Station (Ky.), commissioners 

at, 224 ; court at, 220. 
St. Clair, Gen. Arthur, expedition, 275 ; 

defeat, 236 ; speech, 243. 
St. Columb (Eng.), letter for, 1. 
St. Louis 'County (Mo.), Revolutionary 

veteran in, 261. 
St. John's furnace, in Pennsylvania, 253. 
St. Philips (111.), land sale near, 156. 
St. Piere. See Cadron. 
Salem (Va.), resident, 291 ; letters from, 

294. 
Saline, on Scioto River, 308. 
Salley, A. S. f Narratives of Early Caro- 

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Sailing, George, journal, 283. See also 
Sailing, Peter. 

Sailing, Henry, notes on, 281. 

Sailing, Capt. Peter, cited to court mar- 
tial, 5 ; journal of journey, 4, 12 ; res- 
idence, 248 ; notes on, 281. See also 
Sailing, George. 

Sailing family, notes on, 282. 

Salt, scarcity of, 166 ; search for, 156 ; 
works for making, 231, 232 ; mines of, 
305 ; order for, 237 ; used as barter, 252. 

Salter, — , in Revolution, 298. 

Saltpetre, mined, 100, 101. 

Sanders, Thomas, receipt, 16, .'14. 

Sandusky, in Revolution, 212. 

Sawmill, timber for, 304. 

Sawyer, William, residence, 75, 113. 

Sayers, Alexander, wagonmaster, 54. 

Sayers, Capt. David, recommended for ap- 
pointment, 30 ; in French and Indian 
War, 38, 44, 56. 

Sayers, Capt. Robert, magistrate, 135 ; 
militia officer, 126 ; in Revolution, 115, 
265. 

Sayers, William, receipt, 179. 

Schools, in Augusta County, 64 : in Ken- 
tucky, 242-244 ; Virginia, 64, 68, 107, 
143, 166, 292 ; land grants for, 243, 244 ; 
rules for, 154; educational advice, 140; 
school for psalmody, 235. See also 
Princeton College and William and Mary 
College. 

Scotch-Irish, in Virginia, 27-", 293 ; atti- 
tude toward Revolution, 108. 

Scotland, emigrants from, 292. 

Scott, Capt. David, in Revolution, 250. 

Scott, James, voucher, 166; receipt, 170; 
money order, 181. 

Scott, John, receipt, 51 ; sells provisions, 
176. 

Scott, Molly, incident concerning, 298. 

Scott, Nathan, sells provisions, 175. 

Scott, Robert, receipt, 26. 

Scott, Judge Thomas, information from, 
285, 286. 

Scott, William, of Kentucky, agreement, 
231. 

Scott, William, of Virginia, money order, 
181. 

Scott, Capt. William, in Revolution, 260. 
264. 

Scottish Virginia Presbyterianism, extract 
from, 297. 

Scruggs, Thomas, receipt, 189. 

Seaman, Frank, voucher, 210. 

Sechler, Rudolph, takes affidavit, 255. 

Seeley, Jeremiah, receipt, 28. 
Seiler, Jacob, loyalist, 131. 



Sergeant, — , visit to, 234. 

Setteco, Cherokee town, 80. 

Seven Mile Tree (Va.), land near, 141. 

Sevier, Col. John, Indian campaign, 275, 
277 ; message for, 144. 

Sevier, Valentine, land patentee, 5. 

Shakespeare, William, Hamlet, reference 
to, 294. 

Shaney, Patrick, receipt, 175. 

Shanks, David, notes on, 293. 

Shanks, Thomas, notes on, 293. 

Shannon, Samuel, escorts cattle, 94 ; com- 
missary for Clark, 224. 

Shannon, Rev. Samuel, residence, 303. 

Shannon, Thomas, residence, 143. 

Sharp, Col. — , narrative, 272. 

Sharp, Abram, spy, 199. 

Sharp, John, witness, 250. 

Sharp, William, sketch promised, 286. 

Sharpe, Edward, scout, 70. 

Sharpe, John, land entry, 304. 

Sharpe, Thomas, account, 243, 246 ; sur- 
veys, 244. 

Sharpe, William, receipt, 38 ; boundary 
commissioner, 117. 

Shaw, J., sells cotton, 2-*>l. 

Shaw, James, receipt, 14, 34. 

Shaw, Peter, translator, 147. 

Shawnee Indians, intertribal relationa, 90, 
91, 97 ; hostile, 74, 104, 214, 281 ; ex- 
peditions uRiiinst, 9, 3 0, 13, 80-83, 85, 
87, 88, 90, 98, 129, 143; captives amotfg, 
279 ; treaty with, 122 ; disregard treaty, 
97 ; chief murdered, 119 ; message to, 
120, 215, 21ti; speech, 214. 

Shay's Rebellion, mentioned, 231. 

Sheep, breeding, 249. 

Sheffield, — , cotton broker, 251. 

Shelby. David, clerk of court, 225, 231. 

Shelby. Col. Evan, guards settlements, 74 ; 
in Dunmore's War, 83-85, 88, 94, 160, 
269 ; on Cherokee expedition, 203, 205 ; 
Indian campaign, 277; commissioner, 
116, 117; senator, 127; signs petition, 
122 ; negress captured, 94 ; residence, 
109 ; biographical notes, 269 ; letter, 
101 ; mentioned, 193. 

Shelby, Isaac, justice of peace, 218 ; in 

Indian battle, 114; land claims, 225, 

238; witness, 218; receipt, 201; letter 

to, 239 ; biographical notes on, 269. 

Shelby, Capt. James, in Revolution, 276- 

Shelby, Capt. John, residence, 163, 219 ; 

letter to, 161. 
Shelby family, data on, 284. 
Shelley, — , loyalist, 261. 
Shenandoah County (Va. ), resident, 259. 



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Shepherd, Col. David, in Revolution, 263, 
264, 267 ; residence, 257 ; voucher, 210 ; 
letter, 212. 

Shepherd, Dubartus, receipt, 170. 

Shepherd, James, creditor, 251. 

Shepherd, William, creditor, 251. 

Sherar, James, receipt, 241. 

Shikellemus, Cayuga chief, 295. 

Shippensburg (Pa.), distances from, 308. 

Shoat, — , deposition, 97. 

Shoat, Gabriel, deposition, 109, 110. 

Shoat, Thomas, deposition , 89, 91 . 

Sholler, John, soldier, 51. 

Shores, Thomas, pensioner, 283 ; state- 
ment, 250, 258. 

Shoull, Capt. Peter, militia officer, 2. 

Shull, Arnold, receipt, 179. 

Shull Jr., Jacob, loyalist, 130, 135, 213. 

Sigler, George, residence, 255, 256. 

Sigler, Henry, affidavit, 256. 

Silver, purifying of, 305. 

Simms, Col. Charles, receipt, 52 ; notes on, 
277. 

Simms, Robert, account, 52. 

Simpson, A., visits Illinois, 246. 

Simpson, James, supplies provisions, 13 ; 
receipt, 186. 

Sinclair, Ann, certificate, 141. 

Sinclair, Charles, dogs killed, 7. 

Singleton, W. G-, pension agent, 267. 

Skaggs, Henry, letter, 75 ; robbed by In- 
dians, 94. 

Skillern, Col. George, express messenger, 
37; receipts, 21, 34, 49; witness, 49; 
Kentucky land owner, 100; in Revolu- 
tion, 134, 258 ; on Indian murder, 119 ; 
letters, 136, 137; letter to, 135. 

Skillern, William, receipt, 34 ; witness, 43 ; 
account, 47. 

Slaughter, — , sells cotton, 251. 

Slaughter, Cole, mentioned, 8. 

Slaughter, Francis, heirs, 145. 

Slaughter, Col. George, in Dunmore's War, 
96. 

Sleeker, Luderich, receipt, 53. 

Slimp, Frederick, accused of disloyalty, 
13.".. 

Slover, John, escapes from Indians, 279. 

Smallman, Thomas, letter, 101. 

Smelzer, Paulser, receipt, 192. 

Smith, Dr. — , surgeon, 164. 

Smith, — , in Dunmore's War, 160. 

Smith, Col. — , purchases land, 232. 

Smith, Adam, substitute for, 258. 

Smith, Lieut. Ballard, in Revolution, 125, 
135. 

Smith, Sergt. Charles, receipt, 16, 34, 49. 

Smith, David, receipt, 199. 



Smith, David H.„ letter, 283. 

Smith, Gen. Daniel, commands militia, 85,. 
88, 89 ; fort, 94, 95 ; scouting, 90 ; pur- 
sues Indians, 95, 96 ; in danger, 123 ; in 
Dunmore's War, 98 ; Revolution, 116 ; 
assignee, 225 ; letters, 68, 69, 72, 78, 
93, 0.J, 238 ; letters to, 122, 235-238 y 
messenger, 99, 238 ; map, 235. 

Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth, land owner, 100. 

Smith, Capt. Francis, inquiries about, 101 ; 
receipt, 156; in Revolution, 261. 

Smith, Frederick, loyalist, 135. 

Smith, Granville, agent, 125 ; lawsuit, 145- 

Smith, Capt. Hendry, aid requested, 211. 

Smith, J., survey for, 241. 

Smith, Capt. James, militia officer, 2. 

Smith, Col. John, militia officer, 4, 5, 9, 
10; buys provisions, 6; message for, 58; 
receipts, 16, 35, 40 ; residence garri- 
soned, 100 ; witness, 143 ; in French and 
Indian War, 47, 49; son dead, 65; cred- 
itor, 62. 

Smith, John, soldier, 54. 

Smith, Margaret, receipt, 36. 

Smith, Messer, receipt, 179. 

Smith, Nathan, letter, 280 ; narrative, 308- 

Smith, Nicholas, account, 52 ; receipt, 35 ; 
widow of, 100. 

Smith, Philip, estate, 6. 

Smith, Susanna, married, 145. 

Smith, Capt. Thomas, in Revolution, 261. 

Smith, Capt. William, in Revolution, 261. 

Smith, Maj. William Bailey, characterized, 
272 ; residence, 273. 

Smith, William Henry, St. Clair Papers, 
cited, 243. 

Smith, William Moore, student at Prince- 
ton. 302. 

Smith family, at frontier fort, 77. 

Smith County (Tenn.), letter from, 270. 

Smithfield (Va.), Preston's residence, 69, 
72, 80, 85, 87, 90, 95, 96, 98, 100, 
102, 103, 105, 107, 111, 115, 123, 125, 
134, 140-142, 144, 213. 

Smyth, Ad., receipts, 171, 187. 

Smyth, Adam, preemption claim, 223. 

Smythe, John, witness, 118. 

Snider, George, certification, 261. 

Snodgrass, — , sees Indian, 94 ; Virginia 
pioneer, 272. 

Snodgrass, David, receipt, 180. 

Snodgrass, James, witness, 179 ; receipt, 
194. 

Snodgrass, Joseph, receipt, 170. 

Snodgrass, Col. William, Revolutionary- 
services, 206 ; letter, 272. 

Somerset (Pa.), sermons at, 253. 

Song, on Battle of Point Pleasant, 277- 



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South, John, account book, 165 ; payroll, 

183. 
South, William, witness, 239. 
Sotith Carolina, boundary commission, 117 ; 
colonial governor, 150, 151, 153 ; expedi- 
tion agaiDst Cherokee, ] 51 ; visit, 51. 
See also Carolina. 

South Cove, Kentucky estate, 300. 

South River (Va.), letter to, 278. 

Southall, Col. Stephen, money from, 104. 
Southern Literary Messenger, clippings 

from, 267, 269, 308. 
Southwestern Christian Advocate, cited, 
277. 

Spain, — , returned, 137. 

Spanish, in Revolution, 125 ; allies of 
United States, 120 ; control Mississippi, 
145. 

Sparks, — , sells cotton, 251. 

Spaw, Henry, in Revolution, 272. 

Speed, James, land claim, 221, 242, 245, 
302 ; plat for, 221. 

Spicer, Ishmael, teacher, 235- 

Spotswood, Alexander, governor of Vir- 
ginia, 2K2. 

Springer, Edward, receipt, 174. 

Springer, Lieut. Jacob, in Revolution, 255 ; 
deposition, 251. 

Springer, Capt. Uriah, in Revolution, 250, 
255, 264. 

Springfield (Va.), resident, 56- 

Spring Hill (Va.), purchased, 103, 104, 
108. 

Springstone, William, escapes from Chero- 
kee, 137. 

Stadden, William, affidavit, 255. 

Stafford, Henry, loyalist, 135. 

Staley, Abraham, land grant, 99, 101. 

Stalnaker (Starnicker), Samuel, among 
Cherokee, 7 ; in Powell's Valley, 154. 

Stamps, J. C, letter, 296. 

Standefer, Israel, spy, 197, 198 ; receipts, 
197. 

Standing Turkey, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Stanton, Richard, scout, 70. 

Staunton (Stanton, Va.), provisions from, 
37 ; proposed visit to, 56 ; Indians killed 
near, 58 ; residents, 12, 160, 296 ; letters 
from, 26, 49, 54, 57, 154, 162, 274, 277, 
278 ; removal from, 282 ; Standard, edi- 
tor, 296. 

Steamboat, invention of, 232. 

Steel, Capt. David, in Revolution, 257, 262. 

Steele, William, certification, 252. 

Stenhan, Jehu, receipt, 179. 

Stephen, Gen. Adam, in French and Indian 
War, 274 ; Dunmore's War, 160 ; Chero- 
kee campaign, 152, 153 ; daughter, 285 ; 
notes on, 274, 282. 



Stephens, Capt. John, in Revolution, 265. 

Stepstone (Ky.), land near, 245. 

Steptoe, James, receipt, 192. 

Steward, James, accounts, 72. 

Stewart, Col. David, militia officer, 11 ; 
account, 254. 

Stewart, Joseph, witness, 222. 

Stewart, Thomas, witness, 5. 
Stewart, Capt. Walter, land agent, 65 ; Jn 
Europe, 104. 

Stewart, Walter, loyalist, 132, 135 ; re- 
ceipt, 186. 

Stewart, William, English clerk, 1. 

Stewart, William, receipt, 16, 35, 48, 179. 

Stewart, William, cotton buyer, 251. 

Stevens, Edward, canoe man, 203. 

Stevenson, James, survey, 230. 

Stevenson, Robert, receipt, 50. 

Stevenson, Thomas, receipt, 27, 48 ; ac- 
count, 49. 

Stillman, — , cotton buyer, 251. 

Stofeeley, Col. Jeremiah, in Revolution, 268. 

Stone, Thomas, receipt, 199. 

Stone House (Va.), Christian's residence, 
155 ; Madison's, 229. 

Stone meeting-house, presbytery at, 105 ; 
sacrament, 106. 

Stoner, Michael, sent to warn surveyors, 
75, 79. 

Stony Point, evacuated, 125. See also 
Battles. 

Stover, Jeremiah, loyalist, 135. 

Strain, Tames, soldier, 201. 

Strawbridge, James, witness, 226. 

Strawbridge, Joseph, land claim, 234 ; 
witness, 226. 

Stringham, Charles, ranger, 32 ; messen- 
ger, 9. 

Strother, Anthony, mentioned, 8. 

Stuart, Alexander, receipt, 189, 205. 

Stuart, Charles A., letters, 273, 274, 276, 
277, 280 ; revises manuscript, 279, 280. 

Stuart, John, British Indian agent, 109, 
118. 

Stuart, Col. John, militia officer, 120 ; 
chooses route for army, 111 ; in Dun- 
more's War, 162; Revolution, 182, 215; 
letters, 164, 165, 177, 182, 192, 211 ; 
letters to, 164, 165 ; Narrative, 241, 242, 
252, 253, 281 ; biographical notes on, 
274, 276. 

Stuart, William, land claim, 220, 221, 225, 
229, 302 ; plat, 224, 230. 

Sturguss (Ky.), letter from, 230. 

Suffran's Tavern (N. J.), letter from, 124. 

Sullivan County (N. C. and Tenn.), resi- 
dent, 144 ; representatives, 127 ; pro- 
posed history, 296- 

Sulphur, hard to obtain, 116. 



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Summers, John, receipt, 205. 

Summerville, letter from, 240. 

Sumner, Jethro, letter, 122. 

Sumner County (Tenn.), resident, 231; 

letter from, 238. 
Sunday Leader, clipping from, 295. 
Surgeons, in qolonial army, 148. 
Surry County (N. C), letter from, 142; 

insurgents in, 134. 
Surveys. See Lands. 

Sussex County (N. J.), in Revolution, 265. 
Swearingen, Col. Andrew, in Revolution, 

268. 
Swearingen, Capt. Van, in Revolution, 250, 

253. 
Swearingham, — , receives public stores, 

46. 
Swedenborg, Emanuel, writings, 232. 
Sweeney, William, survey for, 192. 
Sweet potatoes, directions for keeping, 301. 
Sweet Springs (Va. ), Indian alarm at, 

121. 
Swift, Flower, list of loyalists, 138. 
Switchard, — , mentioned, 59. 
Syers, Sampson, furnishes provisions, 43. 
Symmes, John C, land grant, 243. 



Tabb, John, on Committee of Safety, 108. 

Talbot, Isham, receipt, 189, 197. 

Talbot, Sir William, translator, 147. 

Taliaferro, John N., affidavit before, 264. 

Taly, Christy, receipt, 171. 

Tamplin, John, sells horse, 197. See 
also Templeton. 

Tancrue, Rowland, sells cotton, 251. 

Tate, — , on Cherokee expedition, 180. 

Tate, Anthony, receipts, 184, 186, 199. 

Tate, Caleb, receipt, 197. 

Tate, James, voucher, 183 ; receipt, 203. 

Tate, Samuel, receipt, 181. 

Tate, Thomas, voucher, 183 ; receipt, 203. 

Tatum, A., land claim, 225. 

Tawa (Tawah) Indians. See Ottawa. 

Taxes, increased, 58 ; remitted, 60, 61 ; 
lists, 143. 

Taylor, Archibald, deposition, 89, 91, 97. 

Taylor, Christopher, receipt, 187. 

Taylor, George, receipt for, 206. 

Taylor, Hancock, surveyor, 71, 89, 90, 98, 
100; assignee, 68; messenger, 67; death, 
86. 

Taylor, Hugh Paul, statement criticized, 
273 ; death, 274, 279. 

Taylor, Capt Isaac, letter for, 130; re- 
ceipts, 36.. 206. 

Taylor, Col. James, directions for catch- 
ing fish, 308. 



Taylor, John, affidavit before, 269. 
Taylor, Col. John, magistrate, 135 ; pat- 
ents land, 5 ; aids commissioner, 140 ; 
sells horses, 199 ; letters, 101, 128. 
Taylor, Skelton, drover, 198 ; receipts, 186, 

187. 
Taylor, William, receipts, 171, 205 ; owna 

land, 304 ; sells horse, 203. 
Taylor, Zachary, land grant, 68. 

Taylor Jr., Zachary, birthplace, 279. 

Taylor's Spring (Ky.), land entry, 100- 

Tazewell, John, clerk, 183. 

Tedford, Alexander, receipt, 171. 

Telfair, Dr. — , information from, 279. 

Telford, Alexander, sells provisions, 171. 

Telford, Jeremiah, receipt, 194. 

Telford, John, sells provisions, 171. 

Templeton, Rev. — , residence, 303. 

Templeton, James, receipt, 171 ; survey 
for, 192. 

Tencher, Francis, soldier, 51 ; receipt, 23. 

Tencher, Samuel, receipts, 24, 44, 51. 

Tencher, William, receipt, 35. 

Teney, Mrs. Eve, sketch, 293. 

Tennessee, boundary, 246 ; map, 235 ; set- 
tlers, 261, 284; events in, 299. 

Test Act, justified, 138. 

Teter, Capt. Samuel, notes on, 288, 289. 

Thomas, Ben, loyalist, 138. 

Thomas, Mrs. Grace, sketch, 293. 

Thomas, John, sells cotton, 251. 

Thomas, Isaac, messenger to Cherokee, 
109-112 ; receipt for, 203. 

Thomas, Richard, witness, 183, 194-206, 
210. 

Thompson, — , counterfeiter, 155. 

Thompson, Capt. Alexander, militia offi- 
cer, 11. 

Thompson, Andrew, loyalist, 138. 

Thompson, Edward, account, 52 ; receipt, 
51. 

Thompson, Elizabeth, receipt, 167. 

Thompson, George, land claim, 220, 221, 
225, 229, 232, 302 ; plat of, 224, 230. 

Thompson, Capt. Hugh, militia officer, 2. 

Thompson, Capt. James, magistrate, 135 ; 
residence, 86, 94 ; commands militia, 76, 
84, 85, 90, 92, 93, 96, 97; ranging, 96; 
in Dunmore's War, 99 ; Revolution, 266, 
271, 295 ; sells land, 108 ; witness, 132 ; 
letters, 116, 140, 144. 

Thompson, John, receipt, 203 ; witness, 
251. 

Thompson, Joseph, receipt,' 203. 

Thompson, Samuel, residence, 141 ; re- 
ceipt, 177; substitute, 137. 

Thompson, Thomas, furnishes provisions, 
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Thompson, Gen. William, militia officer, 4 ; | 
residence, 83-85 ; surveyor, 65, 157 ; re- 
ceipt for, 65 ; witness, 27, 53 ; letters to, 
56, 59, 67 ; sells cattle, 167. 

Thornton, Anthony, land grant, 302. 

Thornton, Mrs. Elizabeth, married, 139, 
287. 

Three Springs (Va.), camp at, 11G. 
Thwaites, K. C. and L. P. Kellogg, Dun- 
more's War, cited, 67, 69-89, 91-98, 
100, 157-162, 251, 295; Frontier Defense 
on Upper Ohio, 118, 119, 210-215 ; iJev- 
olution on the Upper Ohio, 102-107, 114, 
163-166, 177, 182, 193. 

Tibbs, John, bond, 228 ; land entry, 304. 

Tibbs. Willoughby, land entry, 221, 226, 
242. 

Tilghman, Rev. Edward, residence, 303. 

Tillery, John, witness, 174. 

Tilton, Capt. Samuel, in Revolution, 260. 

Timber, dimensions for sawmill, 304. 

Timber Ridge (Va.), meeting-house, 166. 

Timothy grass, yield per acre, 304. 

Tinkling Spring (Va.), church at, 103. 

Tipton. Thomas, pension statement, 268, 
269 ; petition for, 268. 

Titus, Ebenezer, sells provisions, 180 ; re- 
ceipts, 187, ior>. 

Titus, Joseph, receipt, 180. 

Titus. Capt. Samuel, in Revolution, 264*. 

Todd, Rev. John, land grant, 112 ; letters, 
55, 03, 13 7. 

Todd Jr., John, introduced to Preston, 62, 
63 ; in Dunmore's War, 157 ; defeated In 
Kentucky, 184; letters, 109, 112. 

Todd, Samuel, on Cherokee expedition, 
183. 

Todd, Thomas, witness, 219, 220. 

Toleration Act, in Virginia, 61. 

Tomlinson, Joseph, pensioner, 283. 

Tony, — , letter from, 105 ; messenger, 106. 

Tories. See Loyalists. 

Tosh, Jonathan, witness, 172 ; receipt, 174. 

Tosh, Tasker, receipt, 45 ; widow, 57. 

Tosh, Thomas, residence, 22 ; receipts, 13, 
45, 51, 175 ; furnishes provisions, 49. 

Townsend, — , bond, 64. 

Traces : Buffalo, in Fayette County, 242. 

Treaties : 

Lancaster (1744), 105, 248. 

Logstown (1748), 105. 

Bouquets (1764), 57. 

Fort Stanwix (1768), 105. 

Lord Dunmore's (1774), 97, 98, 269, 

270. 
Watauga (Sycamore Shoals, 1775), 101, 

105. 
Pittsburgh (1776), 115, 182. 



Tkkatibs — continued 

Augusta town (1776), 111. 

Middle Cherokee (1776), 111. 

Cherokee (1777), 116-118, 265, 277. 

Franco-American (1777), 120. 

Pittsburgh (1778), 122. 

Shawnee (1778), proposed, 215. 

Indian (1785), refused, 229. 

Holston (1791), 235. 

Jay's (1794), action on, 240. 
Trigg, — , messenger, 140. 
Trigg, Abraham, witness, 189-192; receipt 

for, 209. 
Trigg, Daniel, in Dunmore's War, 77 ; in 

Revolution, 121 ; magistrate, 135 ; re- 
ceipts, 209 ; witness, 219. 
Trigg, Col. Stephen, commands militia, 75, 

143; recruiting, 70; order, 145; calls 

meeting, 163 ; residence, 224 ; receipts, 

05, 208, 209 ; witness, 132, 167-172, 208, 

209; letter, 121. 
Trigg, William, receipt, 196. 
Trimble, Mrs. — , captivity, 284. 
Trimble, Gov. Allen, reference to, 286. 
Trimble, James, witness, 50 ; receipts, 50, 

171 ; business affairs, 58. 
Trimble Jr., James, captured, 275, 276; 

relatives, 294 ; death, 279. 
Trimble, John, settler, 57 ; receipts, 19, 

203 ; witness, 46. 
Trimble, John A., letters, 275, 279. 
Trimble, Samuel, voucher, 174. 
Trimble, William, voucher, 182. 
Triss, W., sells cotton, 251. 
Trotter, John, letter, 246. 
Tucker, — , land grant, 302. 
Tucker, Mrs. Evelina, reference to, 285. 
Tucker, H. S. G., letter, 274. 
Tunstall, Col. — , departing, 236. 
Turman, James, receipts, 221, 222. 
Turner, Daniel, land grant, 112. 
Turner, George, messenger to Cherokee. 

149 ; letter, 149. 
Turner, James, land claim, 234. 
Turner, John, receipt, 192. 
Turpin, Joseph, land grant, 304. 
Tuscaloosa Falls (Ala.), cotton trade at, 

251, 252. 
Twightee (Miami) Indians, hostile, 212. 
Tygart, David, pioneer, 283. 
Tygart's Valley, origin of name, 283 ; in 

Revolution, 261, 263. See also Creeks. 
Tyler County (Va.), Revolutionary veteran 

in, 258. 



Uniox Camp. See Camp Union. 

Union County (Pa. ) , Revolutionary vet- 
erans in, 258. 



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TTniontown (Va.), letter from, 253. 

United States : Adjutant general, 279 ; 
bank, lawsuit over, 254 ; constitution, 
comments on, 232, 23a; courts, 235, 245 ; 
navy, list of, 248, 249 ; officers' titles, 
302 ; pensions, 232 ; population, 249 ; 
statistics, 309 ; Whiskey Rebellion 
against, 239. See also Congress. 



Vachbi,, Joseph, receipt, 37. 

Valette, Elie, legal treatise, 300. 

Valley Forge (Pa.), letter from camp, 
120; soldier at, 266. 

Valwalon (Va.), letter from, 283. 

Van Bibber, Capt. John, frontier defense, 
164, 16;" ; teaches Indians to make gun- 
powder, 184; letter, 211. 

Van Buskirk, Laurence, voucher, 210. 

Vance, John, receipt, 37. 

Vance, Samuel, voucher, 179 ; land title, 
140. 

Vance, Tliomas, receipt, 203, 205. 

Vance 'family, endangered, 94. 

Vandelure, — , traveler, 227. 

Van Meter, Capt. John, in Revolution, 210 ; 
letter, 212; family captured, 281. 

Van Meter family, captured, 281. 

Varner, John, sells horses, 202. 

Vaughan, — , Kentucky land owner, 100. 

Vaughn, — , land claim, 302. 

Vault, George, accused of disloyalty, 133, 
138. 

Vault family, loyalists, 13S. 

Vause, — , residence, 116. 

Veingardner, John, deposition, 250. 

Verronneau, Tempe Denis, deed of land, 
155. 

Vincennes (Ind.), men killed at, 125. 

Vinyard, Christopher, receipt, 206. 

Virginia, boundaries, 8, 61, 71, 73, 79, 117, 
124, 219-221, 246, 307; charters, 236; 
explorations of, 147 ; list of counties in, 
218; title to Kentucky, 102; control of 
Illinois, 224 : emigration to, 284, 293, 
294 ; Indian raids in, 148, 248, 283, 299 ; 
frontier defense, 119, 141, 149-151, 257; 
colonial governors, 139, 282; assembly, 
12], 139, 141, 149, 154, 221, 231, 236, 
246 ; speaker, 59, 222 ; acts and resolu- 
tions, 116, 150, 183 ; council, 5, 193 ; 
convention of 1775, 104, 107., 163 ; peti- 
tion to, 107, 108; Committee of Safety, 
108, 110, 111; commissioners, 116, 117, 
214, 21 8, 222, 224, 273; courts, 142- 
3 44, 236, 241 ; officers in French and In- 
dian War, 46, 149, 150 ; regiment, 14, 
05, 69, 100; size, 153; troops in Revo- 



Virginia — continued ; 

lution, 115, 125, 139, 250, 252, 258-269, 
292; 11th Infantry, 250; 13th Infantry, 
257 ; invaded by British, 136 ; loyalists 
in, 123, 124, 129-133, 135, 137, 138, 140, 
213, 217, 278; bonds for, 217; Whiskey 
Rebellion in, 239 ; schools in, 68, 107, 
166, 292 ; University, letter from, 274 ; 
Presbyterians in, 280; neutrality of, 
228 ; Kentucky separates from, 144, 229 ; 
indentured servant in, 1 ; Shawnee mur- 
der deplored, 119 ; accounts with, 187- 
189 ; histories of, 281 ; Assembly Jour- 
nal, excerpt from, 228 ; Gazette, cited, 
154; Historical Transactions, 154; Mag- 
azine of History. 2, 158; Spectator, num- 
bers of, 294. 

Virginia Manuscripts, calendar of, 147- 
309. 



Wade, Cnpt. — , relations with Cherokee, 
37. 

Wade, Dawson, drover, 201 ; witness, 187. 

Waddell, Rev. James, purchases land, 103, 
104, 108; settler, 64; message for, 55; 
mentioned, 63. 

Waddell, Joseph A . , sketch of William 
Preston, 145 ; Annals of Augusta County, 
cited, 145. 

Waggoner family, in Dunmore's War, 77. 

Waits, James, pension statement, 288. 

Wakatomakee, expedition against, 157. 

Walford, Kentucky estate, 300. 

Walker, — , cargo, 56. 

Walker, Col. — , North Carolina officer, 95. 

Walker, Lieut. — , messenger, 120. 

Walker, Francis ( Frank ) , characterized, 
2.S7 : settlement, 144 ; letter, 236. 

Walker, Humphrey, petition, 228. 

Walker, Jacob, deposition, 262; 

Walker, James, receipt, 201. 

Walker, John, receipt, 48, 171 ; charges 
against, 46 ; letter, 80 : heir, 228. 

Walker, Joseph, receipt, 189. 

Walker, Philip, receipt, 48. 

Walker, Richard, takes pension statement, 
252. 

Walker, Dr. Thomas, commissary, 46, 153, 
154 ; visits Lewis, 55 ; information from, 
69 ; desires survey, 68 ; accounts, 39 ; 
married, 139, 287 ; deposition, 282 ; will, 
287 ; date of death, 287 ; descendants, 
286, 287 ; signature, 140 ; letters, 61, 62. 
64, 66, 68, 87, 119, 121-124, 127, 139, 
142-144 ; journal of trip, 279 ; papers, 
271, 282, 286, 287 ; opinions, 60 ; charac- 
terized, 236; data on, 286, 287. 



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Walker, William, mayor of London, 1. 
Walker. William, of Virginia, receipt, 189, 

205. 
Walker girls, capture of, 289. 
Wall, Capt. — , in Revolution, 256, 257, 

260. 
Wall, Daniel, letter to, 242. 
Wall, John, loyalist, 130. 
Wall, John, reference to, 269. 
Wallace, Adam, deposition, 159. 
Wallace, Caleb, on road to Kentucky, 224 ; 

conflicting land craim, 145 ; letter, 229. 
Wallace, John, receipt, 189. 
Wallace, Peter, receipt, 171, 187. 
Wallace, Robert, witness, 156 ; lawsuit, 
233-235 ; letters, 233, 243 ; address, 289. 
Wallace, Capt. Samuel, iu Cherokee expe- 
dition, 173, 198 ; receipt, 201 ; witness, 
182. 
Walling, — , bonds, 141. 
Walling Jr., Elisha, information from, 127. 
Walling, Thomas, information from, 127. 
Walpole Company. See Ohio Company. 
Walrond, James S-, sketch, 293. 
Walter, George, loyalist, 135. 
Walthoe, N., clerk of Virginia council, 5. 
Ward. John, receipt, 179. 
Ward, Richard, accused of disloyalty, 133. 
Ward, W., receipt, 55. 
Ware, J., Kentucky land owner, 100. 
Waring, Thomas, justice of peace, 240. 
Warm Springs (Va.), Indian alarm at, 78; 

letter from, 274. 
Warren County (Ohio), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 258. 
Wars : 

French and Indian (1754-63), 10-14, 
146, 148-150, 273, 292 ; participants, 
9, 146, 252. 
Cherokee (1761), 150-154. 
Pontiac's (1763), 56, 57, 154. 
Dunmore's (1774), 70-100, 157-162, 292, 
296, 297 ; recollections of, 269, 270 ; 
discussed, 274, 281. 
Revolution (1775-82), preliminaries, 98, 
107, 108, 163 ; Indian hostilities in, 
109-122, 137, 138, 142, 143, 163-210, 
213, 214 ; frontier defense, 210-220 ; 
Eastern operations, 120, 124-126, 139, 
140 ; in Southern colonies, 126, 129, 
135-139 ; loyalists' plots, 129-137 ; 
participants, 145, 182, 299 ; veterans, 
250-268. See also Battles and Loy- 
alists. 
Warwick, Jacob, at Point Pleasant, 298; 

data on, 286, 295, 297, 298, 300. 
Warwick, Mary, data on, 295. 



Warwick, William, land grant, 3 ; receipts, 

18, 37. 
Washington, George, in French and Indian 
War, 149, 292 ; resigns, 150 ; command- 
er in chief, 137, 140 ; interest in west- 
ern lands, 70, 71 ; aids Crawford, 69 ; 
action on treaty, 240., 
Washington family, relatives, 287. 
Washington (D. C), letter from, 269, 273, 
279 ; resident, 254 ; distances from, 308. 
Washington (Ky.), lands near, 304 ; dis- 
tances to, 308. 
Washington (Pa. ) , resident, 290 ; dis- 
tances to, 308. 
Washington County (N. C. ) , magistrates, 

218. 
Washington County (Ohio), Revolutionary 

veterans in, 250, 253. 
Washington County (Pa.), Revolutionary 

veterans in, 250, 253. 
Washington County (Va.), magistrates, 
218; expedition from, 129, 135, 137; 
provisions for troops, 193 ; distressed 
conditions in, 117 ; military claims, 183 ; 
veterans, 266, 267 ; salt works, 232 ; res- 
idents, 140, 248. 
Washington House, at Philadelphia, 285. 
Watkins, John, in Dunmore's War, 161. 
Watkins, Philip, receipt, 175. 
Watterson, Henry, receipt, 209. 
Watts, Gen. Edwards, sketch, 293. 
Watts, James, deposition. 7. 
Watts, Capt. John B., reference to, 282. 
Watson, William, survey for, 192. 
Wayne, Gen. Anthony, defeats Indians, 

281. 
Wayne County (Ky.), Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 265. 
Wea Indians, hostile, 212. 
Weakley, Col. Robert, death, 276. 
Weaks, Henry, receipt, 27. 
Weeks, Philip, receipt, 18. 
Weems, Thomas, land grant, 3. 
Welch, John, messenger, 158. 
Weldon. Jacob, land claim, 234. 
Wells, Moses, accused of disloyalty, 133, 

138. 
Wellsburg (Va.), resident, 251, 253, 281, 

287-291 ; veteran in, 274. 
Welsh, Thomas, receipt, 174. 
Welsh, in western Virginia, 137. 
West, Francis, land grant, 302. 
West, Simeon, bond for, 228. 
West Augusta (Va.), commissary, 210. 
West Chester (Pa.), resident, 235. 
West Florida, topography, 305. 
West Liberty (Va. ), resident, 247. 
West Point (Tenn.), visited, 28G. 



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West Virginia, wars in, 146 ; sale of book 
in, 289; Agricultural College, 290; State 
Gazette, cited, 298. 

Western Christian Advocate; clipping from, 
268. 

Western Messenger, clipping from, 26?. 

Westfall, Henry F., letters, 283. 

Westmoreland County (Pa. ) , in Revolu- 
tion, 268. 

Westover (Va.), Byrd's residence, 64, 100. 
103, 156. 

Wetzel, Lewis, incident concerning, 297. 

Wetzel, Martin, accused of murder, 293. 

Wharton, Samuel, Philadelphia merchant, 
155 ; land grants, 155, 156. 

Wheat, yield per acre, 304. 

Wheeling (Va. and W. Va.), fort at, 210; 
sieges in Revolution, 224, 256, 257, 260, 
262-264, 267-269, 291, 295, 296, 298. 
299 ; hill leaped, 285 ; in Indian wars, 
288 ; residents, 297 ; letters from, 290, 
295, 297, 298 ; Intelligencer, clipping 
from, 290, 296 ; Repository, 297. See 
also Forts : Fincastle and Henry. 

Whiskey Rebellion, proclamation against, 
239. 

White, William, receipt, 181 ; witness, 189 ; 
sales, 204 ; notes on, 283. 

White Bark, Shawnee Indian, 279. 

White Eyes, Captain, Delaware chief, 211. 

Whitefield, George, death, 61. 

Whitehaven (Eng. ), letter for, 1. 

Whitelpy, James, sells horse. 198. 

Whiteley, Jonathan, receipt, 38, 171. 

Whitsell, Capt. Casper, in Revolution, 250. 

Whittle, James M., letter, 285. 

Wickwire, Alphias, survey for, 192. 

Wilcocks, Alexander, legal opinion, 233. 

Wilds, J. K., affidavit before, 258. 

Wiley, Jane, land entry, 220, 223, 224; 
survey for, 227. 

Wiley, John, soldier, 201. 

Wiley, Robert, notes on, 293. 

Wilkins, Col. John, commandant in Illi- 
nois, 155, 3 56. 

Wilkinson, Mary, will, 210; legacy, 233. 

Wilkison, Asahel, reference, 269. 

Willanawa, Cherokee chief, 149. 

Willfong, Michael, receipt, 21. 

William and Mary College, revenues, 2 ; 
in charge of surveying, 59, 60, 65, 102, 
103, 126, 128; students, 123, 126, 127; 
courses suspended, 136. 

Williams, Evan, to supply lead, 91 ; loy- 
alist, 138. 
Williams, Jink, loyalist, 138. 

Williams, John, witness, 5 ; receipts, 35, 
38. 



Williams, John, land entry, 221. 

Williams, Maj. John, letter, 125. 

Williams, John M., cotton buyer, 251. 

Williams, Thomas, land entry, 219, 221, 
238-240, 302, 309 ; survey for, 229 ; 
plat of, 224, 230. 

Williamsburg ( Va. ) , capital of colony, 1, 
2, 6, 8-1], 13, 19, 26, 37, 52, 54-30, 65- 
68, 70, 72. 74, 77, 99, 102, 104, 108, 
U0, 111, 114. 115, 118, 120-123, 125- 
128, 130, 134. 148-153, 210, 211, 213- 
215, 218, 1:20; resident, 73; news from, 
182; letters, 193, 231, 296; Indians 
visit, 117 ; in Revolution, 165 ; deserted, 
136. 

Williamson, Mrs. — « residence, 140. 

Williamson, Col. David, expedition, 257, 
264. 

Wills, William, receipt, 199. 

Wills, formula for, 301. 

Willson, — -, candidate for burgess, 63. 

Willson, George, in Augusta County, 12, 
13 ; residence, 30. 

Willson, Capt. John, militia ^officer, 2, 5. 

Willson, Joseph, sells horses, 198. 

Willson, Joshua, sells horses, 208. 

Willson, William, sells horse, 204. 

Wilson, Capt. — , commands militia, 89. 

Wilson, Charles, reference, 269. 

Wilson, Maj. David, letter, 238. 

Wilson, George, receipt, 26, 171. 

Wilson, J. C. F., letter, 270. 

Wilson, James, on Cherokee expedition, 
176; receipts, 171, 206; voucher, 182. 

Wilson, John, voucher, 210, 

Wilson, Nathaniel, commissioner, 240. 

Wilson, Richard, in Dunmore's War, 160. 

Wilson, Samuel, witness, 26, 222 ; receipt, 
222 

Wilson, Stephen, receipt, 44. 

Wilson, Thomas, receipt, 172, 179. 

Wilson, William, receipt, 24, 26 ; witness, 
24. 

Wilson, Capt. William, of Pennsylvania, 
in Revolution, 255, 265. 

Wilson, William, of Tennessee, defends 
fort, 238. 

Wilson, Lieut. William, of Virginia, in 
Revolution, 263. 

Wilson's Station (Tenn.), letter from, 238. 

Win, Minor, land grant, 302. 

Winchester, Col. Joseph, letter, 236. 

Winchester (A'a.), proposed journey to, 56; 
clergyman at, 64 ; Lord Dunmore, 80 ; 
letter from, 149 ; in Revolution, 250 t 
251 ; marriage at, 280. 



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Winston, Lieut. Joseph, in French and In- 
dian War, 69 ; boundary commissioner, 
117. 

Winston, Edmond, lawyer, 221 ; letters, 
69, 102. 

Wisconsin, distances in, 305. 

Withers, Alexander, statement criticized, 
273 ; Chronicles of Border Warfare, 
cited, 295 ; criticized, 270 ; new edition 
of, 291, 297. 

Woltz, Ferdinand, letter, 279. 

Wolves, bounties for, 2-5. 

Wood, Abraham, explorer, 147 ; biographi- 
cal notes on, 282. 

Wood, Agnes, sells provisions, 170. 

Wood, Col. James, land patentee, 4, 5 ; es- 
tate, 67. 

Wood, John, letters, 8, 9, 67. 

Wood, John, sells cotton, 251. 

Wood County ( Va. ) , Revolutionary vet- 
eran in, 260. 

Woodbury County (Mass.), letter for, 307. 

Woodford County (Ky.), sentiment, 239. 

Woodlawn, letter from, 278. 

Woolridge, William, pays for land, 64. 

Woods, Andrew, witness, 187 ; letter men- 
tioned, 75. 

Woods, David, voucher, 165, 166. 

Woods, Mary Mitchell McColloch, sketch, 
295. 

Woods, Capt. Michael, commands militia, 
89; letters, 72, 77, 78, 84, 87. 

Woods, Richard, receipts, 59, 189. 

Woods, Thomas, drover, 195. 

Woods, Thomas, statement, 309. 

Woods, William, land grant, 232. 

Woods, William, letter, 281. 

Woodson, — , land grant, 302. 

Woodson, Capt. Obadiah, on Sandy Creek 
expedition, 10. 

Woodstock Valley, in Revolution, 258. 

Woodward, Chesley, receipt, 196. 

Worcester (Eng.), legacy at, 210. 

Worley, Jane, mulatto servant, 236. 

Wright, D., receipt, 197. 

Wright, Col. Gideon, characterized, 92. 



Wright, John, receipts, 16, 17, 35; wit- 
ness, 20. 

Wright, .John C, letter to, 254. 

Wright, Peter, account, 51 ; receipt, 187. 

Wright, t'apt. Zadock, In Revolution, 265, 
206. 

Wyandot Indians, hostile, 211 ; in Revolu- 
tion, 1.S2; capture whites, 288. 

Wyatt, John, suppresses insurrection, 135. 

Wyley, John, loyalist, 138. 

Wyoming (Pa.), massacre at, 129, 269. 

Wythe, George, Virginia lawyer, 130. 

Wytheville (Va. », letter from, 286. 



Ykllow fever, prescription for, 239. 

Yoho, John, affidavit, 255. 

Yohogania County (Va.), in Revolution, 

265. 
York, Ezekiel, survey for, 192. 
York, Jesse, survey for, 192. 
York (Ya. ). See Yorktown. 
York County (Pa.), volunteers from, 258. 
Yorke, Capt. James, visits Cherokee, 111. 
Yorktown (Va. ), British at, 136; siege, 

268 ; surrender, 261. 
Young, James, receipt, 180. 
Young, Robert, account, 45. 
Young, Samuel, witness, 46. 
Young, Thomas, voucher, 176. 
Young Tassell, Cherokee chief, 117. 
Yoinif/ Virginian, clipping from, 295. 



Zane, Ebcnczer, founder of Wheeling, 297 ; 

notes on, 298. 
Zane, Mrs. Ebenzer, aids garrison. 267. 
Zane, Elizabeth, powder exploit, 296, 298, 

•j.\)\) ; marriage, 285. 
Zane, Isaac, advances to, 181 ; Indian 

family, 285, 288. 
Zane, Noah, notes on, 297, 298 ; death, 297. 
Zane, Capt. Silas, in Revolution, 262. 
Zane family, notes on, 297. 
Zeisberger, David, letter, 212. 



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